April 3rd, 1969, The Doors front-man, Jim Morrison gave himself up to the FBI in Los Angeles.
The charge?
Interstate flight to avoid prosecution on six charges of lewd behavior and public exposure.
That alleged incident happened at a concert a month earlier in Miami.
Jim posted $2000 bail and was released.

John Densmore claimed that Jim didn't expose himself that night.
Several of the Doors concerts were cancelled.

Charlie Crist, who was the Governor of Florida in 2007 mentioned the possibility of a posthumous pardon for Mr. Morrison, and became successful in 2010.
Jim was quite a character, and we miss him.
Here's a video of The Doors on a Smother's Brother's show from 1968 performing 'Touch Me.'