Harrell, who lives outside Nashville, was in court for an Nike Zoom Hyperdunk 2012
Harrell faces multiple charges, including vehicular homicide by intoxication, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, violation of the implied consent law and possession of contraband.
Harrell, former guitarist Matt Roberts and lead singer Brad Arnold formed the band in Escatawpa, Miss., in 1996. Roberts left the band in May 2012 with health problems. The band is known for songs such as "When I Gone" and "Kryptonite."
Following his arrest in Nashville, Harrell spent several days in jail and was freed on $100,000 bond. Then, that spring, Harrell checked himself into a drug treatment facility.
In 1999, Harrell was arrested in Pascagoula, Miss., on a charge of public intoxication, records show. Harrell, police said, was drunk and used profanity when talking to officers. It not clear whether he was convicted on that charge.
Police said Harrell was driving a family member SUV. It was unclear whether Harrell has an attorney in the latest case.
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Most recently, Harrell was Harrell was arrested on a DUI charge in D Mississippi on Tuesday, February 18. Harrell was found "slumped over the steering wheel of his vehicle" by officers responding to a citizen call about an impaired driver, D police Chief Wayne Payne told The Associated Press.
Former 3 Doors Down Bassist Harrell Placed On House Arrest
arraignment in his vehicular homicide case on Friday morning. The judge also said he could not leave the area.
Police say Harrell admitted to drinking and taking prescription drugs before the wreck.
The DUI arrest is Harrell second in D since July 2012, when his Cadillac rear ended another Nike Lebron 13 Black Lion vehicle. Harrell was later found to be driving under the influence of prescription drugs and was convicted. He lost his appeal in Harrison County Court on Jan. 8. In sentencing, the jail time was waived if Harrell could go six months without any further legal problems and enrolled in victim impact and substance abuse programs. It was unclear whether Harrell enrolled in the court ordered programs.
Harrell was accused of driving under the influence and causing the fatal April crash in a Nashville suburb. Nike Kyrie 1 White/Grey/Red
"We don know what the substance is at the time. We sent the sample on to the crime lab for testing," Payne said.
"On arrival our officers made contact with the driver and there were signs of his being impaired," Payne said.
been announced for Harrell next court appearance.
Payne said Harrell was released on a $1,789 cash bond set by Municipal Judge Albert Fountain. No date has Nike Kyrie 2 Boys Grade School
Police say Harrell was under the influence when he was speeding down the interstate and clipped the back of a pickup. The driver of the truck, 47 year old Paul Shoulders Jr. was killed.
Harrell was charged with a second offense DUI involving a substance other than alcohol, Payne said, and police got a court order to take a blood sample from him.
Harrell arrest in Nashville caused the band to suspend him, but he was kicked out of the band following his most recent arrest.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. A Davidson County judge has placed former 3 Doors Down bassist Todd Harrell on house arrest following his DUI arrest in Mississippi last week.
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