Coheed and Cambria star sentenced to house arrest
Fri, 15 Jun 2012 12:03p.m.
Former Coheed and Cambria bassist Michael Todd has been sentenced to serve a year under house arrest after pleading guilty to armed robbery charges.
The rocker was arrested in July, 2011, after holding up a pharmacy in Attleboro, Massachusetts, prior to a Coheed and Cambria concert, and making off with six vials of high-strength painkiller Oxycontin after claiming he had a bomb.
He appeared in Fall River Superior Court on Monday and confessed to counts of robbery and unlawful possession of prescription drugs, and was ordered to serve one year under home confinement.
A judge also placed the 31-year-old on three years' probation and told him he must continue treatment for his addiction issues and submit to random drug testing.
Todd, who previously battled heroin problems, was fired from the band weeks after his arrest. He has since been replaced by former AM to AM star Zach Cooper.
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