COSTA MESA, Calif. (CelebrityAccess) Cameran Heacock, lead singer of metal band American Head Charge, was arrested April 11 in Southern California after police found more than a dozen stolen guitars in his possession.
Heacok was pulled over in Orange County after driving an allegedly stolen van, police told the Associated Press. The van was filled with stolen gear and more was found in a storage unit, according to police. Nine of the 13 guitars recovered had been stolen from a Guitar Center, according to Costa Mesa police.
Heacock, who co-founded American Head Charge in Minnesota in the 1990s, remained in jail at press time; the band. The band has earned two nominations at the Kerrang! Awards. It has been active 1997-2009 and 2011 to present day. However, it has not toured since 2016.