Ugh, How Do You Get Arrested
For Drug Possession After Spending Years In Prison?
According to WDSU New Orleans, the New Orleans rapper (real name: Terius Gray) was hanging out a friend's home when a neighbor called police at around 3 p.m. because of the overwhelming smell of marijuana smoke coming from the house.
When police arrived, Juve's producer Leroy Edwards answered the door and a cloud of smoke poured out of the door, said police. Edwards was searched and arrested when police found a small amount of weed on his person.
Authorities then obtained a search warrant, and later found a half an ounce of marijuana in the kitchen, which rapper Juvenile claimed as his own.
Both Edwards and Juvenile were arrested around 6 p.m., and charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana.
Both were booked and later released on bond.
The rapper was hanging out at the residence, recording music for a new album.