JACKSON COUNTY, MI – The former bassist for 3 Doors Down is back in jail again, this time on domestic violence and drug charges.

We reported on 46-year-old Todd Harell back in 2013 after he was charged with vehicular homicide in Nashville for driving drunk and killing 47-year-old Paul Shoulders.

Harrell was speeding when he hit Shoulder’s pickup truck and sent it down an embankment. Shoulders was killed after being ejected from his truck.

Harrell admitted he’d consumed hard cider along with some Lortab and Xanax.

After being taken to jail, deputies found Harrell was hiding a bag containing 8 Xanax pills, 24 oxycodone pills and 4 oxymorphone pills in his sock.

While waiting for his trial on vehicular homicide charges, Harrell was charged with DUI again in 2014 after he was found “slumped over the steering wheel of his vehicle” by police responding to a call about an impaired driver.

Harrell pleaded guilty in 2015 and was sentenced to two years in prison. Now he’s behind bars once again.

Police in Jackson County were responding to a house alarm at the home of Harrell’s ex-wife, Jennifer Fields. She told police she and Harrell had been in an argument that turned physical.

Officers found weapons and drugs lying around the house and arrested Harrell on charges of domestic violence, possession of firearms and drugs.

He’s also wanted for probation violation in Tennessee. Which won’t bode well for Harrell, as the judge had ordered a five-year prison sentence if Harrell violated his probation.

Harrell is currently being held in the Jackson County Adult Detention Center without bond.

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