Paul Simon and his wife, Edie Brickell, have been arrested on disorderly conduct charges, according to a Connecticut police report.

New Canaan police officers reportedly responded to investigate a “family dispute” involving the two singers on Saturday night. No other details have been released. Both have been released and an arraignment is scheduled for Monday, according to the Associated Press.

Simon has received 12 Grammy Awards, including those for his solo work and those for collaborative efforts. He and Art Garfunkel received the Lifetime Achievement Award in 2003. Brickell fronts the alternative rock jam-band Edie Brickell & New Bohemians, which is famous for the 1988 song “What I Am.”

Simon’s reps could not immediately be reached for comment.