Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s Stanley “Flesh-N-Bone” Howse was reportedly arrested in Cleveland last night.

Based on reports, the rapper had two warrants out for his arrest.

A concert at the House of Blues in Cleveland came to an abrupt end Sunday evening when authorities arrested a member of Bone Thugs -N- Harmony. Stanley Howse (Flesh-N-Bone) was arrested by the Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Office on two outstanding warrants. According to court documents, Howse was charged with felonious assault with firearm specifications and domestic violence with firearm specifications in January 1999. (WTOL News)

The arrest also prompted police to shut down the Sunday concert.

A hip-hop concert in Cleveland Sunday night ended with about 50 police officers and the arrest of a member of Bone, Thugs N Harmony. The Cleveland Division of Police assisted deputies as they executed the arrest warrants at The House of Blues. Just before midnight, it was announced that police were closing down the show. Fans left the venue, many shouting at the police. (WTAM News)

Last year, Flesh was taken in by police on a gun charge.

Flesh-n-Bone was arrested in Santa Clarita, Calif. for gun possession. Police say they discovered a gun in Flesh-n-Bone’scar, real name Stanley Howse, and took him into custody for gun possession. According to sheriff’s information, he is being held without bail and is currently still in the slammer. Howse is due in court on Monday, April 6. (KHTS News)

However, he was released after being behind bars for two months.

Stanley Howse, aka Flesh-n-Bone, was just released from a Los Angeles County jail after prosecutors decided to drop parole violation charges — a case that kept him behind bars after he was arrested for gun and pot possession back in April. Flesh was cleared of the gun and drug charges a while ago, but remained behind bars until the parole issue got sorted out — which finally happened this morning. (TMZ)

No further details have been released as of now.

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