By KALYN SHELLYThe Wilson PostSlammin' & Jammin' made its 17th annual trip to Lebanon this past weekend, and although the crowd was down, the car show’s founder said the event went well."We were down on participation and spectators but we feel this is normal for shows this year," said Charlie Cobble, president of Auto Shows Motor Sports Events. "Everyone seemed to have a good time and we were happy that we drew a good crowd." Lebanon Police Chief Billy Weeks said there were fewer arrests and tickets written this time than in years past. "Overall, there was less activity then we have had in the past," Weeks said. "The most unusual activities were the burglaries inside the fairgrounds over the weekend. Identities were stolen and people were pretty upset." Weeks said the Lebanon Police didn't work security inside the fairgrounds but they did take the reports. He said there was reported vandalism and burglaries in Fiddler's Grove."The fairgrounds staff does well," Weeks said. "They give all their effort but criminals will be criminals."Slammin’ & Jammin’ was held at the James W. Ward Agricultural Center/Wilson County Fairgrounds May 28-30. The event features various car competitions, bikini contest and other events.Staff Writer Kalyn Shelly may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.