D'IBERVILLE -- Todd Harrell, a founding member and bassist for 3 Doors Down, was arrested on a DUI charge again in D'Iberville on Tuesday night.
Police arrested him on a charge of DUI other substance, second offense.
The arrest came after a caller reported a man was slumped over the steering wheel of a vehicle at Lamey Bridge Road and Central Avenue at 7:01 p.m., police Capt. Clay Jones said. Officers identified him as Robert Todd Harrell, and said he showed signs of impairment.
Harrell was taken to the D'Iberville Police Department, where he was booked and received a cash bond of $1,789 set by the municipal court.
D'Iberville police had arrested Harrell on July 19, 2012, on a drug-related DUI charge. He was convicted in D'Iberville Municipal Court in August and appealed it to Harrison County Court. A judge denied his appeal in a bench trial Jan. 8, finding him guilty.
He also is facing trial on a charge of vehicular manslaughter by intoxication in Nashville, where he is accused of driving impaired in an accident resulting in the other driver's death in August. Harrell was unable to accompany the band on its worldwide tour because of that arrest.
His first DUI arrest in D'Iberville occurred about a month before the fatal crash in Nashville.
The judge who upheld his DUI conviction fined Harrell $1,000 and gave him two days in jail but suspended jail time provided he comply with other terms of his sentence. He was ordered to enroll in impairment and victim-impact programs within a month. It wasn't immediately clear if he enrolled in those programs.