Deen Castronovo, the Journey drummer, was arrested for domestic violence in Oregon on Sunday, June 14, and has been released on bail.

Deen Castronovo Charged With Misdemeanor Assault

Castronovo, 50, was arrested over the weekend and charged with misdemeanor assault and menacing. Details on the assault are unknown, but it is believed he was arrested for allegedly assaulting a woman at his home.

According to Deputy District Attorney Jean Kunkle, Castronovo injured the woman and was barred from contacting her following his release on bail. Castronovo is due in court on June 30.

Journey is currently on tour, with a concert scheduled in Los Angeles for Saturday, June 20, and neither the band nor Castronovo have confirmed or denied Castronovo’s presence at the show. On Wednesday, the band promoted a link to their concert on Facebook, making it clear that the show will go on with or without Castronovo.

This is Castronovo’s second arrest for alleged assault, he was previously charged with allegedly assaulting his girlfriend in 2012.

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