TSR Updatez: NBA YoungBoy was among 16 men arrested late Monday night in his hometown of Baton Rouge, and he’s released less than 24 hours later.
We reported earlier this morning that NBA YoungBoy was arrested and eventually arrested. Baton Rouge police say they were called to a neighborhood following information from an anonymous caller who reported seeing several people swinging guns on vacant property.
As police neared the scene, the boys apparently dispersed while officers were able to arrest YoungBoy and a few others.
During the investigation, officials said they had confiscated multiple firearms, drugs and large stacks of cash.
Based on what they found, police arrested 16 people and confiscated 14 weapons (one stolen and two illegally stocked weapons) and confiscated $ 79,000 in US currency
Murphy Paul, Baton Rouge Police Chief, said, “We’ve kept saying we can’t do this on our own. We need help from the community to solve crimes. When you see something, say something. This is yet another example of our citizens getting involved and calling us when they see suspicious activity. Keep talking, we will never stop listening. “
YoungBoy was released sometime on Tuesday afternoon. Although he is now a free man, there is concern that being caught with a gun could create some real problems for him, considering he is a criminal.
In 2019, he served 14 months of house arrest for his role in a shoot in Miami.
YoungBoy’s attorney told TMZ that his client was innocent and that YoungBoy did not possess any illegal drugs.
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