- Heather Locklear has been charged with five misdemeanors in the wake of her February 25th arrest
- She is is facing four counts of battery upon an officer and emergency personnel along with a single count of resist, obstruct, delay of peace officer or EMT
- Locklear, 56, told officers she would shoot them if they ever came to her house again according to a search warrant filed by the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office
- That warrant was issued so that officers could remove a forearm that is registered in Locklear’s name, but they were unable to locate it at the home
- Locklear is currently in rehab
Heather Locklear (mugshot above) has been charged with five misdemeanors following her arrest last month
Heather Locklear is heading to court, with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Officer charging the Melrose Place star five misdemeanors after responding to a domestic abuse call at her home last month.
The 56-year-old actress is facing four counts of battery upon an officer and emergency personnel along with a single count of resist, obstruct, delay of peace officer or EMT.
Locklear, who is currently in rehab following her arrest, is set to be arraigned on Tuesday in Ventura.
She was arrested on suspicion of injuring a partner and fighting with sheriff’s officers at her home in Thousand Oaks on the night of February 25.
She had just returned from a trip to Boston at the time when she and boyfriend Chris Heisser began to fight.
Locklear’s daughter Ava, 20, was also in the house at the time.
In 2008, Locklear pleaded guilty to reckless driving after being arrested on suspicion of the more serious charge of driving under the influence of prescription drugs.
She was married to Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora from 1994 to 2007 and Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee between 1986 and 1993.
A search warrant that was executed at her home last week by the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office revealed that during her arrest, Locklear told deputies she would shoot them if they ever came to her house again.
Investigators had learned that Locklear had a gun registered in her name, and after hearing this went to seize the weapon.
The warrant states that officers were not able to locate the gun.