Guilford Police announced Tuesday that stage name Marilyn Manson has a warrant for the arrest of Brian Hugh Warner.
Manson has faced two simple calculations of class misconduct that allegedly took place during a bank concert on August 18, 2019 at the New Hampshire Campus.
Police said that the videographer is subcontractor of film company.
The videographer was in the stage when they were told they were being beaten.
Police say Manson, his agent and his legal counsel have known about the arrest warrant for some time and have made no attempt to return to New Hampshire to answer the existing charges.
Class A New Hampshire offender could face up to a year in prison and a fine of $ 2,000 or less.
In New Hampshire, bail commissioners could issue arrest warrants, so the investigating officer investigated the initial assault report and drafted an arrest warrant.
The affidavit is submitted to the Commissioner of Bail and when the reasons for the review were found, the Commissioner of Bail issued an arrest warrant on October 8, 2019.
Guilford Police Chief Anthony Bean Burpey said the arrest warrant has been suspended by the police department and will not be filed in court until Manson is arrested.
It is therefore not available through the laws on “right to know”.
The police chief says copies of police reports related to the incident are part of an ongoing investigation and that Guilford Police have ownership of the arrest warrant with the affidavit, which means the documents could not be released.