Justin McBrain, son of Iron Maiden Drummer Nicko McBrain, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The 20-year-old son of Iron Maiden drummer Nicko McBrain is being held on $25,000 bond in the Palm Beach County Jail for allegedly burglarizing an occupied dwelling and 2nd degree petit theft. He was arrested by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office very early this morning.
A PBSO spokesperson tells BocaNewsNow.com that deputies responded to a West Boca home after receiving a call that McBrain forced his way inside. The female homeowner reported that McBrain knocked repeatedly and then pushed his way in when the door was opened. McBrain allegedly rifled through the woman’s purse, taking a half-eaten chocolate bunny, half of an orange — which he consumed in the home — a belly ring, cosmetics, and a freezer pack.
He was arrested a short time later.
Justin McBrain is the second McBrain arrested in the past few months.
As BocaNewsNow.com first reported on March 10th and again on April 17th in two stories that received national attention, Nicko McBrain’s wife Rebecca was charged by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office after she allegedly tried to stab a man in her West Boca home, then allegedly threw logs at the man.
Below, Justin McBrain playing drums from video on his YouTube page.
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