He previously spent time in prison for vehicular homicide.
3 Doors Down
God Bless America.
“I thought he had beaten it all.”
He was 38.
The Mississippi rockers behind that song Kryptonite, 3 Doors Down, are still a thing, and they’ve taken it upon themselves to use their superhuman might for good, by kicking a fan out of a show for pushing a woman. As CNN reports, 3 Doors Down frontman Brad Arnold called out a male concertgoer in Broomfield,
3 Doors Down bassist Todd Harrell has been released from jail following his arrest for vehicular homicide by intoxication, among other charges. As reported by the Sun Herald, the US$100,000 bond was posted releasing Harrell from a Tennessee jail. Harrell will appear in court regarding the incident that left Nashville man Paul Howard Shoulders Jr.
3 Doors Down founding member and bassist Robert Todd Harrell is currently still in police custody on charges of vehicular homicide. Harrell was arrested and charged in Nashville on Friday evening after the car he was driving was involved in an incident that left 47-year-old Nashville native Paul Howard Shoulders Jr. dead. Associated Press reports