Ted Nugent’s drummer pleads not guilty to stealing golf cart
The attorney for Ted Nugent drummer ‘Wild’ Mick Brown has entered ‘not guilty’ pleas following the tub-thumper’s recent golf cart DUI incident in Bangor, Maine.
Brown’s lawyer, Richard Hartley, said his client denies charges of operating under the influence of intoxicants, driving to endanger, theft and assault.
The 55-year-old Brown – co-founder of 1980s hitmakers Dokken – was arrested by Bangor police on Sunday, July 8, after he allegedly stole a golf cart used by Waterfront Concerts staff and proceeded to drunkenly drive it around the local area.
Police said several people tried to stop him and that two women were also on board the cart.
The incident took place after Nugent’s band had opened for Styx and REO Speedwagon.
Brown remains free on $4,000 bail. His next court date has not been scheduled, according to the court clerk’s office.