That was a close one, Young Thug
After the local law enforcement barged into Young Thugs home unexpectedly in 2015 (because there’s no doubt that the cops were after him), it looked like he would be spending a few years behind bars. Although he was arrested the night of the bust and was guilty of having illegal items in his house, he won’t be charged with any of it. All because the police made a big mistake before they even set foot inside his crib. This is why it’s good to know the law, kids.
Back in 2015
It happened in Sandy Springs, Georgia in July 2015. A group of cops and federal agents raided Young Thug’s home because they believed that he was hiding things that he shouldn’t have.
They found all kinds of things like guns and drugs. He was charged with felony cocaine possession, felony marijuana possession, and three counts of felony gun possession.
Blacked Out Windows
Those kind of charges could put you away for a while, and Young Thug wasn’t exactly an angel during the time that he was fighting his many charges.
Earlier on the day of the bust, he was arrested for making terroristic threats against a security guard at a local mall. He was arrested at another mall in 2016 for outstanding warrants, stemming from windows that were tinted too dark.
To their dismay, the cops and U.S. Marshals who did the searching are the ones who eventually got Young Thug off. YT’s lawyer gave a great argument, and the judge happened to agree.