3 Doors Down Bassist Todd Harrell Arrested Again for DUI, Booted from Band

Todd Harrell, a founding member of 3 Doors Down, has been kicked out of the band following his second DUI arrest.

Police in D’iberville, Miss., found the musician “slumped over the steering wheel” of his car Tuesday while stopped at an intersection, according to a police statement.

Robert Todd Harrell Checks Into Rehab Following Fatal Crash

The bassist for the rock band 3 Doors Down has checked himself into a drug treatment facility after bonding out of jail, his lawyer said Wednesday.

Robert Todd Harrell is accused of driving under the influence and causing a fatal crash last weekend in a Nashville suburb. Police say the 41-year-old musician admitted to drinking and taking prescription drugs before the wreck on Friday.

3 Doors Down Bassist Held in Fatal DUI Crash

Bassist Todd Harrell of the band 3 Doors Down was behind bars Sunday on suspicion of vehicular homicide after allegedly causing a fatal crash while under the influence of drugs and alcohol.

Harrell, one of the band’s three founding members, was speeding on I-40 in Nashville Friday night when his Cadillac clipped a pickup truck driven by Paul Howard Shoulders, Jr., 47, of Nashville, according to Nashville police.

3 Doors Down Frontman Brad Arnold Weds

Brad Arnold – lead singer of platinum-selling rock band 3 Doors Down, famous for hits “Away From the Sun” and “Kryptonite” – tied the knot with horseback rider Jennifer Sanderford, PEOPLE has confirmed. The couple wed in their hometown of Escatawpa, Miss., Saturday.

“My baby is a sweet girl,” says Arnold. “I couldn’t be more happy. I thank god everyday that I get to spend the rest of my life with her.”

NEWS BRIEFS: Arnold Terminates Beer

TERMINATED: Reps for California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger have crushed an Oregon beer brewer’s plans to market Governator Ale, Reuters reports. The proposed libation alluded to Schwarzenegger’s “Terminator” movies, and featured a Pumping Iron label, a reference to the actor turned politician’s early career as a professional bodybuilder. A spokesman for Schwarzenegger said the governor had to protect against unauthorized uses of his name and image. Portland Brewing Co., makers of the beer, offered no comment, but has reportedly canceled plans to go ahead with the brew.