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Actor Colin Egglesfield accused of damaging signs, flipping table at Arizona arts festival


In this Tempe Police Department booking photo released Wednesday, April 2, 2014, shows Colin Egglesfield in Tempe, Ariz. Authorities said the Egglesfield was arrested on allegations that he damaged property at an Arizona arts festival. Tempe police said the 41-year-old actor known for his roles on "The Client List" and "All My Children" was arrested around Saturday on charges of disorderly conduct and criminal damage. (AP Photo/Tempe Police Department)

TEMPE, Ariz. - Authorities say actor Colin Egglesfield has been arrested on allegations that he damage property at an Arizona arts festival.

Tempe police say the 41-year-old actor known for his roles on "The Client List" and "All My Children" was arrested around 2:30 a.m. Saturday on charges of disorderly conduct and criminal damage.

Officers say Egglesfield knocked over a table and metal stanchions surrounding some artwork at the Tempe Festival of the Arts.

Police say several smaller signs inside a tent were ripped.

Egglesfield was booked into Tempe City Jail before being released on $1,000 bail.

A message seeking comment was left with the actor's manager Wednesday.

Egglesfield was featured in the movie "Something Borrowed" with Kate Hudson and also has a recurring role on the TNT drama "Rizzoli & Isles."


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