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Former Warrant Singer Jani Lane Arrested For DUI in Los Angeles

June 18, 2009 4:44 PM ET

Former Warrant frontman Jani Lane was arrested yesterday in Los Angeles and charged with DUI, Radar Online reports. Police investigating a minor car accident Lane was involved in said that the "Cherry Pie" singer seemed under the influence at the scene and booked him. Lane was charged with a misdemeanor and was being held on $30,000 bail following the incident, which Lane posted according to the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department Website. In fact, you can check out all the booking details of the arrest by typing in Jani Lane's name into the LASD site. Lane will head to court July 10th to face the charges. Just last month, Lane appeared on Kansas City's The Johnny Dare Morning Show to talk about how he was now sober, Blabbermouth writes.

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