Warrant Out In Harrodsburg For Former Grateful Dead Drummer

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 9/13/2012 6:18 pm
Harrodsburg Police said a warrant is out for former Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart in connection to a reported assault after a recent show.

Harrodsburg Police Lieutenant Chad Powell told the Associated Press on Thursday that the warrant stems from a reported incident Saturday after a performance by the Mickey Hart Band at Terrapin Hill Farm in Harrodsburg.

In an email from his publicist, Hart said he was "totally baffled" by the assault claim and said it is completely false and without any basis.

Lt. Powell said that the investigation is ongoing and that the paperwork could not be released.

Details of the reported incident, first reported by TMZ, remain unclear.

Mickey Hart played with the Grateful Dead from 1967 until 1995.
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