FORMER 3 DOORS DOWN BASSIST FACING NEW CHARGES, MORE PRISON TIME
[Photo by: Jackson County Sheriff's Department/Facebook]

Former 3 Doors Down bassist Robert Todd Harrell is facing new charges and more prison time after drugs were found in his mail.

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According to a report from the Sun HeraldHarrell was charged with of introduction of narcotics into a correctional facility.

The musician—who was already in jail due to a previous drug charge—was arrested on Friday, August 3.

Sheriff Mike Ezell explained drugs were found during a screening of Harrell’s incoming mail to the Jackson County Jail.

In June, the musician was arrested on a charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Harrell had been previously imprisoned for being responsible for a deadly 2013 crash in Nashville while speeding.

If the former 3 Doors Down bass player is convicted of the charge, he could spend up to seven years in prison.

The Jackson County Sheriff’s Department also shared the story on Facebook, and you can read the post in full below: