SLIPKNOT's PAUL GRAY: Mug Shot, Police Report Posted Online

Court TV's The Smoking Gun web site has posted SLIPKNOT bassist Paul Gray's mug shot and accompanying police report following his arrest by Des Moines cops on Sunday (June 1) after running a red light in his Porsche 911 and crashing into another vehicle. When officers arrived on the scene, they found the 31-year-old musician unable to stand up and so incoherent that the only word they could understand him say was "sleepy," according to the report (a search of Gray's ride turned up two syringes, marijuana, and cocaine). Charged with misdemeanor drug and traffic charges, Gray was released on $4,300 bond. Check out the mug shot and the police report here.


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