BULLETBOYS Singer Arrested In Florida
According to the web site of Pasco Sheriff's Office, which is said to be is the eighth largest law enforcement agency in the state of Florida in terms of population served, BULLETBOYS frontman Marq Torien (born Mark Maytorena) was arrested last night (Friday, November 13) at 11:38 p.m. EST and charged with "non-support of children or spouse." The 48-year-old singer was booked and released early this morning (Saturday, November 14).
BULLETBOYS was scheduled to perform last night at the Bourbon St. nightclub in New Port Richey, Florida and is expected to play Saturday night at Freebird Live in Jacksonville Beach, Florida.
BULLETBOYS recently announced the return of original member and bassist Lonnie Vencent. Also rejoining the group is guitarist Tony Marcus.
Tony, most notable for his current role as a member in XYZ, also plays in ASHES OF YOUR ENEMY. He previously played in ARCADE with Stephen Pearcy (RATT) and VICIOUS DELITE with Pearcy and Mike Duda (W.A.S.P.).
Tony was the original replacement for BULLETBOYS' Mick Sweda when he departed in the '90s.
Photo below courtesy of Pasco Sheriff's Office
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