3 Doors Down's Todd Harrell could soon be standing in front of a door to a courthouse.
The 40-year-old bassist was arrested on suspicion of DUI Thursday after allegedly crashing into another vehicle in southern Mississippi, E! News has confirmed.
According to local police, shortly after 7 a.m. the Time of My Life rocker was busted by cops in D'Iberville after slamming his black Cadillac into the rear of a silver Toyota truck, causing "heavy damage" to both vehicles.
The driver of the other vehicle was reportedly taken to a nearby hospital after suffering neck and back injuries.
Harrell was charged with DUI and for not wearing a seat belt, and was later released on a $1,000 bond. Per published reports, he purportedly submitted a blood sample, whose toxicology analysis is still pending.
3 Doors Down burst onto the scene in 2000 with their breakout hit "Kryptonite," which spent 52 weeks atop Billboard's Hot 100 chart.
Their latest album, Time of My Life, which was released last year, peaked at No. 3.