Grammy-winning Alabama Shakes drummer going through little one abuse prices
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) — The drummer for Grammy Award-winning rock band Alabama Shakes is in custody on little one abuse prices.
Steven William Johnson, 35, was arrested Wednesday after being indicted on prices of willful torture, willful abuse and cruelly beating or in any other case willfully maltreating a baby below the age of 18, information shops reported.
Johnson was taken to the Limestone County Jail. Bond was set at $21,500. It was not clear if Johnson has an legal professional who might touch upon the fees. Managers for the band didn’t instantly reply to an emailed request for remark.
An arraignment date is ready for April 7.
Johnson pleaded responsible in March 2020 to violating a home violence safety order in Limestone County. He obtained a suspended sentence of a yr in jail, with 24 months on probation.
The Athens, Alabama-based band has been on hiatus since 2018, when lead singer Brittany Howard determined to deal with her solo venture.