Three months after Matt Roberts overdosed on prescription drugs, an arrest has been made.

Authorities indicted Alabama physician Dr. Richard Snellgrove on November 16 for allegedly providing drugs to the 3 Doors Down rocker, reports Fox 6 News.

The site adds Snellgrove allegedly prescribed five different drugs — including methadone, hydrocodone, loraxepam and fentanyl — with different names, all intended for Roberts.

Roberts, 38, was found dead in late August at a Wisconsin hotel. He was set to perform at a benefit in West Bend when police were called around 7 a.m. on reports of an unconscious man.

“There’s no satisfaction in seeing a doctor arrested,” said the singer’s father Darrell Roberts. “I don’t have any bitterness, no anger, nothing like that towards the doctor, but I’m also aware this is a serious issue in the medical community all over the United States.”

This article originally appeared in the New York Post's Page Six.