OneRepublic drummer Edward Ray Fisher arrested in Denver for late-night rampage

By Daniel S Levine,

OneRepublic drummer Edward Ray Fisher was arrested by the Denver Police Department Tuesday morning after going on a late-night rampage, destroying people’s property. Fisher’s mug shot also shows him with a nasty gash in the center of his forehead.

TMZ reports that Fisher was charged with destroying private property, assault and disturbing the peace.

There are still few details of Fisher’s arrest available and it is still not known what caused the rampage. A spokeswoman for Denver police told E! News that the 38-year-old was arrested around 1am in the city’s downtown area. Fisher is a Denver native.

Gossip Cop reports that police arrested him at 440 17th Street, close to an apartment complex.

He was only given a ticket and will be appearing in court later Wednesday.

Fisher’s mug shot was later released. It shows the drummer with a nasty, bleeding gash on his forehead. It is still not known how he sustained the injury.

OneRepublic is best remembered for the hits “Apologize” and “Stop and Stare” from their 2007 debut album, Dreaming Out Loud. Their second album, Waking Up was released in 2009. They were nominated for a Grammy in 2008 for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals. According to their site, they have sold nearly 2 million albums and 8 million singles.



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