Reports claim Dokken and Ted Nugent drummer Mick Brown pleaded guilty this week to OUI (operating under the influence of intoxicants).
The charge stems from an incident this past summer when he allegedly drove drunk in a golf cart in Bangor, Maine. He was fined $1,000.
In exchange for the guilty plea, three other charges — driving to endanger, theft and assault — were excised from his record.
The 55-year-old Brown was arrested on July 8 after allegedly stealing a golf cart and driving it recklessly while under the influence.
Several people had attempted to stop him but he sped away and was last seen operating the golf cart on the foot path by the Sea Dog restaurant.
Officer Steve Jordan reported that about a minute later he observed the golf cart with two women also on board near the Railroad Street grade crossing. As they attempted to stop Brown, he accelerated past them, past a third officer and when a security officer got close enough to stop him, Brown allegedly shoved the officer.
At that point two other security officers physically removed Brown from the cart and placed him on the ground. He was arrested. No damage was reported to the cart although two traffic cones were damaged, one still under the cart, significantly so.
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