Haggans will serve 48 hours in the Westmoreland County Prison in Pennsylvania, then be on work release for the remaining seven days.
In a statement released on Twitter, Haggans said he was rushing home from a concert, after his babysitter called to say his 5-year-old daughter was having trouble breathing. Haggans ran a red light and was pulled over but escorted home by the police officer to tend to his daughter. The officer then cited Haggans with two moving violations, including suspicion of driving under the influence.
"In hindsight, I should have found another way home," Haggans said, "and I take full responsibility for for my actions."