Journey Drummer Ordered To Anger Management And Community Service
February 22, 2012
Journey drummer Deen Castronovo was ordered Thursday to perform 80 hours of community service and attend anger-management classes as part of a diversion agreement in connection with a domestic-violence incident last month, according to court documents.
The Stateman Journal reports that Castronovo originally pleaded not guilty to four misdemeanor charges January 31 in Polk County Circuit Court. He was charged with reckless endangerment, interfering with making a police report, second-degree criminal mischief and harassment.
On January 20, Castronovo was arrested at a home on St. Helens Drive NW after a neighbor called police to report a man and a woman fighting across the street. The woman identified herself as Castronovo’s ex-girlfriend, according to a probable-cause statement.
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