One of the establishing individuals from the country band Alabama, Teddy Gentry, was arrested for marijuana possession charge Monday.
The 70-year-old bassist was released about a half-hour after the fact, as per Alabama court records.
Gentry, a bass player for the music bunch, was put behind bars in the Cherokee Province Prison in upper east Alabama and was moreover accused of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, records showed.
Court records were not immediately available, but Sheriff Jeff Shaver told al.com the arrest was made during a traffic stop.
Don Murry Grubbs, a spokesman for the band, said he was aware of the incident, and Gentry had no immediate comment.