The founder of the group 3 Doors Down, was sentenced to 10 years in prison


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Bass player Todd Harrell, one of the founders of the American rock group 3 Doors Down, sentenced to 10 years imprisonment for possession of a firearm. This is the maximum punishment under this article, Fox News reports.

The musician was arrested in June, the police asked his wife. She said that during an argument the husband has applied to it a physical abuse. During the search, police found the rocker arms and drugs.

The bass player was already serving a sentence in prison from 2013 to 2015 for what knocked down the person behind the ruble drunk.

The Harrell (bass), brad Arnold (vocals/drums) and Matt Roberts (guitar) founded 3 Doors Down in 1996. The musician participated in the project until 2013, then he was replaced by Justin Biltonen. The band has released six Studio albums. The most famous song — Kryptonite.

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