OneRepublic Drummer Arrested in Denver

Eddie Fisher will appear in court today

May 16, 2012 8:55 AM ET
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Eddie Fisher of One Republic performs in Los Angeles.
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OneRepublic drummer Eddie Fisher was arrested in Denver yesterday on suspicion of assault, Reuters reports. Fisher was also booked on charges of disturbing the peace and destruction of private property. The musician is being held without bond at the Denver city jail.

Police have not revealed details of the actions that led to Fisher's arrest yesterday morning. The drummer is set to appear in court today. Fisher, originally from California, has been based in Colorado along with other members of his band in recent years.

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