Crimson Glory's Jon Drenning Arrested on Drug Charges
Drenning was arrested last Tuesday (April 8th) and was released the next day on $10,000 bond for each charge, according to the online arrest report that was published by the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office.
According to the arrest report, Drenning will be arraigned on May 9th for "Cocaine: Conspiracy To Purchase Schedule II" and "Public Order Crimes: Use 2 Way Comm Device To Facil Felony".
Crimson Glory appears to have been dormant since frontman Todd La Torre was recruited by Queensryche to replace Geoff Tate in June of 2012. You can read the arrest report here.