Keyboard player John Scott and drummer Mike Kennedy were two of the individuals involved in the arrests, and they have also left the band.
Drummer Chris Powell reportedly left the band prior to the arrests, and bassist Mark Crum who was part of the arrests, appears to still be still playing in the band.
Saving Country Music has also reached out to the publicist for Jamey Johnson, but requests were not responded to by the time of posting.
Updates will be posted if and when more information is made available.
Julia left Hazlehurst with baby Robert but after two years sent the boy to Memphis to live with her husband, who had changed his name to Charles Spencer.
About 1919, Robert rejoined his mother in the Mississippi Delta area around Tunica and Robinsonville, Mississippi.
Jamey Johnson played his first show after the arrests at Boondocks in Springfield, IL on Saturday, January 16th, and many attendees noticed the lineup changes.
When asked by fans about the band, Jamey was reported to say they were going in a different direction and he wished the former members well in their new ventures.
Johnson will also play a show Thursday night (1-21) at the Orange Peel in Asheville, North Carolina.
Saving Country Music reached out to both the De Soto Country Sheriff’s Department and the Hernando Police Department who confirmed the arrests, but had no further details at the time.
Johnson is now recognized as a master of the blues, particularly of the Mississippi Delta blues style.