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Cage the Elephant singer Matt Shultz arrested on gun costs



Cage the Elephant lead singer Matt Shultz was arrested in New York City on Friday, January fifth and charged with felony gun possession, multiple outlets report.

On Thursday, January 4th, an worker on the Bowery Hotel the place Shultz was staying allegedly noticed him carry a handgun right into a floor flooring public toilet. Police appeared at his lodge room on January fifth and Shultz admitted that he owned two .45 caliber weapons, a Sig Sauer and a Smith & Wesson, although on the time he reportedly claimed to not bear in mind in the event that they had been nonetheless within the lodge.

Police took Shultz into custody and a judge issued a warrant which allowed regulation enforcement officers to look his lodge room. Both firearms had been discovered to be loaded. Shultz didn’t have a license for the weapons.

Shultz, 39, spent the evening on the ninth precinct in Manhattan and has been charged with felony felony possession of a firearm. He has no prior felony document. Consequence has reached out to his representatives for remark.

Cage the Elephant fashioned in 2006 and have launched 5 albums, most lately 2019’s Social Cues, which gained the Grammy Award for Best Rock Album.



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