Cage the Elephant singer Matt Shultz has been charged with legal weapons possession after police discovered two loaded weapons at a New York Metropolis lodge, authorities stated.
Shultz, 39, of Nashville, Tennessee was arrested Jan. 5 after police had been known as to analyze a report of an individual with a firearm at Manhattan’s Bowery Resort. Shultz was seen in the lodge foyer lavatory between midnight and 1 a.m. pulling a gun from his entrance pants pocket, in accordance with a legal grievance.
A search warrant turned up two loaded .45-caliber handguns in a bag in a lodge room, the grievance stated.
Shultz was arraigned Jan. 6 and bail was set at $10,000 money or $30,000 bond, the Manhattan District Lawyer’s workplace stated. He’s due again in court docket Jan. 11.
The singer’s lawyer, Sanford Talkin, declined to remark when reached by cellphone Sunday.
Cage the Elephant, the different rock band from Bowling Inexperienced, Kentucky, broke by in 2008 with the hit “Ain’t No Rest for the Wicked.” Their album, “Social Cues,” was launched in 2019.