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Rapper Jim Jones Arrested Caught With Stolen Guns And Narcotics

Rapper Jim Jones Arrested Caught With Stolen Guns And Narcotics

Rapper Jim Jones arrested caught with stolen guns and narcotics.

The New York born rapper, Jim Jones is facing a host of charges including illegal gun possession. The car Jones was a passenger in failed to stop for police. A chase ensued. The car crashed into a police cruiser. Police confiscated marijuana, Oxycodone, Percocet, vape cartridges, THC oil, 2 loaded pistols and cash. None of the people in the car would own up to who the guns and drugs belonged to but Jones did say he had a prescription for the pain killers. So, Jim Jones and friends were summarily arrested.

Everyone in the car was arrested and charged with illegal gun and possession of narcotics, according to a TMZ report. Jones was released on $7,000 bail.

Jim Jones is a rapper from the group”Dipset“. Jones is a businessman and co-owner of a professional football team. Jim Jones starred on hit reality TV series“Love & Hip Hop New York. We Hope The Best For Our Brother Jim Jones!

Dipset – Once Upon A Time

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