Singer Glen Campbell of “Rhinestone Cowboy” fame will spend 10 days in a Phoenix jail in a plea-bargained driving under he influence case, says the Arizona Republic. Campbell, 68, will be eligible for a furlough after 48 hours behind bars. He was driving home from a country club when he struck nother car and left he scene.
Maricopa Sheriff Joe Arpaio has not decided where Campbell will stay. “He’s not going to get any special treatment other than the fact that safety of him and the other inmates is of paramount importance to me,” Arpaio said. “It would be nice if he did a little concert or something for the inmates.”