Chris Cagle arrested, charged with domestic assault
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
– Chris Cagle had another brush with the law - he was arrested and charged with domestic assault as was his girlfriend after an alleged drunken fight
Cagle and his girlfriend, Jennifer Taut were jailed on misdemeanor domestic assault charges, according to police. Police statements said both were intoxicated with a dispute on early Wednesday morning becoming physical. Both Cagle and Taut were required to be held for a minimum of 12 hours before being able to post $1,500 bond.
Cagle was arrested last December after an incident with a fan in Arizona. Cagle said he had already signed items for her when her boyfriend became abusive. Cagle allegedly punched him. The singer is slated to stand trial in September.
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