3 Doors Down's Harrell released from jail

Robert Todd Harrell (Source: Nashville Police Department)
Robert Todd Harrell (Source: Nashville Police Department)

BILOXI, MS (WLOX) - 3 Doors Down bassist Todd Harrell is out of jail. The musician was arrested Friday in Nashville, Tennessee on a charge of vehicular homicide by intoxication after an accident.

Authorities in Nashville confirmed to WLOX News Harrell, 41, was released Tuesday after posting $100,000 bond.Harrell faces six charges in all, including drug possession.

Friday night's crash on Interstate 40 that claimed the life of a 47-year-old man. According the Nashville Police, a preliminary investigation showed Harrell was driving west at a "high rate of speed" when his car clipped a pickup driven by the other man. Police said the pickup went out of control down an embankment and overturned, ejecting the other driver.

Court records in Nashville show Harrell is due back in court there on May 29, one day after he's scheduled to appear in D'Iberville Municipal Court to answer a 2012 DUI charge. In July, Harrell was arrested following an accident in that city.

Monday, 3 Doors Down announced on its Facebook page it had canceled its U.S. concert dates for April and May, though the band indicated it would resume touring May 31 in Moscow.

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