In 2003, country singer Glen Campbell had a run-in with the law in Phoenix, Arizona. According to police, he was driving drunk and hit a car at an intersection. He left the scene of the accident, and when confronted kneed a police officer in the thigh. According to Sgt. Randy Force, Campbell sung his hit "Rhinestone Cowboy" in his cell in the incident's aftermath. The singer pled guilty to DUI and leaving the scene of an accident. He spent 10 days in jail and agreed to carry out community service.