FORT EDWARD - NewsChannel 13 has learned that former Phish front man Trey Anastasio recently spent some more time behind bars in Washington County.
Anastasio avoided jail time last year by pleading guilty to a felony drug charge. The 42-year-old guitarist and singer admitted to driving while under the influence of drugs in Whitehall in December 2006 and was sentenced to participation in Washington County's drug court program.
NewsChannel 13 has learned that the rocker, who now lives in Saratoga Springs, was sanctioned by the drug court last week and ordered to spend three days in the Washington County Jail.
A participant in drug court can be sanctioned and sent to jail for a number of reasons, including failing to show up for the program, showing up intoxicated or failing a court-ordered drug test.
Anastasio admitted to being under the influence of drugs and alcohol when he was pulled over by Whitehall police. He had Vicodin, Percocet, Xanax and heroin in his car.