A session saxophonist who's played on records by David Bowie, Mick Jagger and others has reportedly been arrested in connection with the heroin-related death of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman.

According to the New York Post, Robert Vineberg was arrested in a Manhattan drug den last night along with three other suspected dealers. Allegedly, the actor, who died of an overdose over the weekend, had purchased heroin from the suspects a while back.

The New York Post notes that Vineberg records under the name Robert Aaron. According to his LinkedIn page, the New York City musician has played with Bowie (he's listed on the credits of the 'Let's Dance' album), Jagger ('Goddess in the Doorway'), Blondie, Amy Winehouse and others. In 2010, he released a solo album called 'Trouble Man.'

During a raid of three apartments last night, police reportedly found 350 envelopes containing what looked like heroin. While none of them had the Ace of Spades stamp found on the packets that were located near Hoffman's body, a tip led police to the 57-year-old Vineberg and his associates.

After the arrest, Vinegerg was asked if he sold heroin to Hoffman. “No, I did not,” he replied.

The 46-year-old Hoffman, roundly credited as being one of the finest actors of his generation, was found Sunday morning, reportedly with a needle in his arm and more than 50 envelopes of heroin near his body. He relapsed a couple years ago after beating various addictions in his 20s. In addition to roles in 'Moneyball,' 'The Big Lebowski' and 'Capote' (for which he won an Oscar), Hoffman played music critic Lester Bangs in the 2000 movie 'Almost Famous.'