A popular rapper from the mid 2000s has been accused of federal arms charges after a large jury found that it was likely to believe he was trying to smuggle a gun as he was prevented from embarking on a flight on Newark Liberty International Airport. 19659002] Laron James, a 36-year-old Totowa resident, trained under the name of Juelz Santana, was arrested by the Port Authority police in March after investigators said he fled to the airport after the discovery of a 38-caliber distant gun in his berry
James, best known for his 2005 single "It It Go (The Whistle Song)", attempted to embark on a San Francisco-bound flight on March 9 when Transportation Security Administration employees discovered the gun, along with two liverundor, wrote a investigator in a criminal complaint.
The authorities said James fled the airport when his bag went through the security investigation.
The prosecution, as prosecutor said, was returned by the jury on Monday, accusing James, as the Associated Press reported, having at least two felony convictions, with one counting each one carrying a firearm on an airplane and having a weapon like a former convicted felon.
James is scheduled to be arraigned before US District Director Stanley R. Chesler on May 1
James is currently available for electronic surveillance with restriction restrictions after placing a $ 500,000 band on April 6, showing court records.
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