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Former 3 Doors Down bassist pleads guilty to vehicular manslaughter

Stacey Barchenger

The Tennessean

Former Three Doors Down band member Todd Harrell pleads guilty on six charges on Friday, Dec. 11, 2015, in Judge Mark Fishburn’s courtroom. The charges, including vehicular homicide, have set Harrell up for a Dec. 18 sentencing trial.
Former Three Doors Down band member Todd Harrell pleads guilty on six charges on Friday, Dec. 11, 2015, in Judge Mark Fishburn’s courtroom. The charges, including vehicular homicide, have set Harrell up for a Dec. 18 sentencing trial. For The Tennessean

Former 3 Doors Down bassist Robert Todd Harrell pleaded guilty Friday to charges connected to a fatal crash in 2013.

Harrell, 43, pleaded guilty to six charges: vehicular homicide, transporting contraband into a penal institution, three counts of drug possession and violating the state’s implied consent law. His sentencing is set for Dec. 18.

Nashville police say Harrell admitted to drinking and taking prescription drugs before causing a fatal crash on April 19, 2013, that killed Paul Shoulders Jr.

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