Atlanta rapper Rich Homie Quan‘s still behind bars following a headline-generating Georgia arrest. New details have surfaced surrounding his legal woes.
According to the latest reports, Quan must remain in jail until a Friday bond hearing and could face up to 30 years in prison if convicted.
Rich Homie Quan won’t be facing weapons charges for his weekend arrest in Georgia, but he’s still gotta deal with a drug possession charge for weed … TMZ has learned. The Atlanta rapper was booked for felony possession of drugs with intent to distribute, according to the arrest report. Law enforcement sources tell us the drug he had was weed. It’s unclear how much weed he had … in Georgia the amount doesn’t determine whether you get hit with a felony. (TMZ)
Last weekend, reports surfaced about Quan’s big run-in with law enforcement.
Law enforcement sources tell us … RHQ and his crew were stopped at a police checkpoint Saturday night en route to Club Liquids in Wadley, GA, where he and 5 guys were arrested on suspicion of possession of a stolen gun and drugs. Cops say they believe the drugs to be ecstasy and weed. Quan is in Jefferson County Jail as of Sunday afternoon, but has not been charged yet. Police there can detain someone without charging them for up to 48 hours. (TMZ)
Prior to the arrest, Quan had plans of taking over a Memorial Day Weekend event.