Police arrested NBA YoungBoy for guns and drugs.
The Baton Rouge Police announced that their street crimes division as well as the FBI found proof through anonymously notified residents regarding people waving weapons in an abandoned building on Monday about 4:30 pm, Police officers claim that when they appeared, several people escaped others were arrested for interrogation. Police say they held sixteen people, as well as NBA YoungBoy.
They say one pistol has been robbed and two guns have been loaded with unauthorized firearms. Police gave the anonymous tipster a shout-out for submitting the information.
At 11:38 am, NBA YoungBoy Lawyer Jimmy Manasseh claims his client that he is innocent of the allegations he was charged on Monday night, claiming that YoungBoy has no controlled harmful drugs on him.
He claims that police came on the scene on the tip of a gun and proceeded on to perform investigations and arrests inappropriately, even as he claims that police discovered a few guns on a couple of guys who were eventually caught.
Also, he confirms that YoungBoy was unarmed and nobody is disputing that he had been charged on any gun allegations. However, Manasseh confirms YoungBoy is looking forward to defending himself in court.
NBA YoungBoy was held in a prison cell this week after being charged for drugs in his hometown of Louisiana. Moreover, he was released from custody last year after being involved in a shooting in Miami, although he was on probation with a different case.