NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A Nashville judge has ordered the bassist for 3 Doors Down to move from Mississippi to Music City so he can be under house arrest until he faces a vehicular homicide trial.

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The Tennessean is reporting that prosecutors argued Friday that bassist Robert Todd Harrell was a danger to the community and needed to be jailed while awaiting trial. The 42-year-old has been arrested on three DUI-related charges in two years.

Police say the bassist was driving impaired in April of 2013 and caused a crash that killed another driver in Nashville.

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Harrell's attorney convinced the judge that house arrest was more appropriate. After the hearing, defense attorney Ed Ryan said Harrell has pleaded not guilty.

3 Doors Down announced last week that the band had suspended Harrell indefinitely.

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