'Dukes of Hazzard' Star Arrested With Drugs in Mass.: PD

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As well as playing Luke Duke, he has played roles in several recent films.

The Boston Globe added that NY resident Wopat pleaded not guilty at his arraignment in Waltham District Court on charges of indecent assault and battery and cocaine possession.

TMZ broke the story, Wopat was arraigned Thursday and pled not guilty for felony indecent assault and battery as well as a misdemeanor drug possession charge.

Wopat, 65, of NY, who is set to star in the play "42nd Street" in Waltham, was arrested at 10:53 p.m. and charged with indecent assault and battery on a person 14 years or older, according to the Waltham Police Department.

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TMZ reports the indecent assault charge stems from a woman connected to the show's production, where Wopat allegedly put his hands down her trousers.

As for the drug charge, cops say when they booked Wopat they found a plastic bag containing what they believe was cocaine in his front pocket, along with a blue straw. She said he made other female cast members feel uncomfortable too, police said.

The actor denied touching anyone inappropriately, according to court documents.

Wopat was supposed to play Julian Marsh in "42nd Street" at the Waltham-based Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston starting today.

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