Don Henley, lead singer of the Eagles rock group,...

Nov. 25, 1980
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LOS ANGELES -- Don Henley, lead singer of the Eagles rock group, was arrested on charges of giving cocaine to a minor.

Police reported Monday that the 33-year-old singer-musician was arrested at his home Friday night by detectives with the department's Sexually Exploited Child Unit.

Henley was booked on suspicion of furnishing cocaine to a minor. He was subsequently released on $5,000 bail.

Investigators reportedly confiscated 22 grams of cocaine, five ounces of marijuana and a quantity of Quaaludes and other drugs.

Also arrested at Henley's home were a 16-year-old girl, who was booked for prostitution, and a 15-year-old girl, who was booked for being under the influence of drugs.

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