LOS ANGELES -- A judge issued an arrest warrant Friday for actor Corey Feldman upon learning he had been arrested hours earlier for driving without a license and had been suspended from a live-in drug program, prosecutors said.
Arrangments were being made for Feldman, 19, to surrender next week on the no-bail warrant, the District Attorney's Office said.
Deputy District Attorney Peter Cagney said Superior Court Judge Gordon Ringer issued the warrant upon being informed Feldman was arrested Thursday night and that he had been suspended for rules violations from the live-in drug program he entered in October.
Sgt. Pat Findlay said police stopped Feldman in his 1989 BMW in Hollywood at 10:50 p.m. Thursday. Feldman did not show his drivers license when he was asked for it and police discovered it had been suspended, Findlay said.
Feldman, whose voice is heard in the film 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,' and who appeared in 'Stand by Me,' 'Goonies' and 'Lost Boys,' was released earlier Friday after posting a bond of $528.
Feldman was arrested Sept. 20 for outstanding traffic warrants and charged with heroin possession when packets of the drug were discovered in his socks during a booking search.
At the time, Feldman had just finished a drug rehabilitation program after he was charged in March with possessing 25 balloons of heroin and cocaine. That arrest also came after he was stopped for a traffic violation.
Both drug cases have been combined. Ringer gave Feldman permission to enter the drug program and stay out of jail while the cases were pending, as long as he complied with the program's rules, Cagney said.