GLEN CAMPBELL TO BE SENTENCED

Monday Glen Campbell pleaded guilty to extreme drunken driving and leaving the scene of an accident last November, when he was arrested near his Phoenix home. According to AP, Glen faces 10 days in jail when he is formally sentenced June 14. He'll be eligible for work furlough after 48 hours and is expected to serve 75 hours of community service under the deal. The "Rhinestone Cowboy" was accused of kneeing a police officer after being taken into custody, but the aggravated assault charge was dropped.

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