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A Bassist for the Country Band Alabama Was Arrested on a Charge of Marijuana Possession.

According to the available documents, Teddy Gentry was taken into custody on Monday and charged with one count of misdemeanor possession of marijuana. Gentry is a founding member of the country music supergroup Alabama and plays bass for the band.

Records indicate that on Monday, founding member and bass player for the country music supergroup Alabama Teddy Gentry was arrested on a charge of misdemeanor marijuana possession. Alabama is most known for its work in the genre of country music.

According to the documents, Gentry, 70, of Fort Payne was booked into the Cherokee County Jail located in northeast Alabama.

About half an hour later, he was released from jail. A member of and bass player for the country music supergroup Alabama, who was arrested Monday on a misdemeanor marijuana possession charge, according to documents, was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

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Records show that Alabama bass player and founding member Teddy Gentry was arrested Monday on a misdemeanor marijuana possession charge.

Gentry, a 70-year-old man from Fort Payne, Alabama, was booked into the Cherokee County Jail in northeast Alabama. About 30 minutes later, he was let out. He was also charged with having drug paraphernalia in his possession. He is a member of the country music supergroup Alabama and plays bass. On Monday, he was arrested on a misdemeanor marijuana possession charge.

The group said it was done touring and did a farewell tour in 2007, but it has been back on the road since then. In 2019, it had a 50th-anniversary tour.

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Later this month, Alabama might be ready to use a new way to put someone to death that has never been used before. Monday, a state attorney told a federal judge that it’s “very likely” that nitrogen hypoxia will be available for Alan Eugene Miller’s execution, which is currently scheduled for Sept.

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22 and will be done by lethal injection. Miller was found guilty of shooting and killing three men at work near Birmingham in 1999. The idea behind nitrogen hypoxia is that replacing oxygen with nitrogen will kill the person.

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