Kodak Black Wants Guns & Drugs Found In His House Dusted For Prints
Kodak Black was arrested last week after police raided his Florida home on tips they partially picked up from Black's IG live stream.
When the cops entered they found weed in plain view. That allowed them to get a search warrant. Then they found more marijuana, a Beretta — which had been reported stolen — and a loaded Glock.
Black — who has already on probation for a litany crimes — was charged with grand theft a firearm, possession a weapon or ammo by a felon, possession marijuana over 20 grams, neglect a child without great bodily harm, and two probation violations.
Now he's requesting that police dust the drugs and guns found in his home for prints, arguing not all the contraband belonged to him. Black had been living in the home with other people when he was arrested.
Judge Bradford Cohen has yet to rule on his request. Black will be locked up until at least February 23, when he has his next bond hearing.