Steven Page Arrest
Barenaked Ladies singer arrested
FAYETTEVILLE, New York (AP) -- The singer and guitarist for the band Barenaked Ladies has been arrested on drug charges in upstate New York.
Police say Steven Page was charged with fourth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance on Friday in the Syracuse area.
Authorities say the arrest occurred at about 2 a.m. after police noticed a suspicious car with its driver's side door left open. They say they found Page and two women in a nearby apartment, along with cocaine and marijuana.
Barenaked Ladies' manager Terry McBride confirmed the charge to the Post-Standard of Syracuse but declined to comment further. The singer, released after paying $10,000 bail, is due in court Thursday.
Page helped form the band in 1988. The group, known for hits such as "One Week" and "Pinch Me" recently released their debut kids CD, "Snacktime."
Hilarious! The only thing this guy should be arrested for is wearing Birkenstocks, writing fluffy tunes and going on too many wine tours.