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Snoop Dogg Arraigned on Felony Charges

April 11, 2007 6:19 PM | Rap | Snoop Dog | Comments (0)

Cordozar Calvin Broadus AKA Snoop Doggy Dog maybe going to Jail.  The rapper has big problems.  Recently England wouldn't give me a visa to enter the country to perform because of a past incident with police, well now the rapper has been charged with felony charges for the sale or transportation of marijuana and possession of firearm by a felon. 

All that money and he's going to do some decent time in jail.  Too bad Johnny Cockran isn't around to help him.

The charges are from an arrest last October 26, 2006 by police at the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank on suspicion of transportation of a controlled substance. The gun charge are from a Burbank police bust as he left the "Tonight Show with Jay Leno" where the gun was allegedly discovered.

Snoop was arraigned this morning at 10am in Pasadena (CA) Superior Court. If convicted, he faces up to four years in state prison. Ouch! 

Snoop was convicted in 1990 of cocaine possession and charged with gun possession after a 1993 traffic stop. He pleaded guilty in exchange for three years' probation and a promise to make public service announcements against violence.

Also awaiting Snoop Dogg, is a May 15 hearing in Orange County Superior Court on a charge of carrying a 20-inch collapsible baton (which authorities consider a dangerous weapon) into John Wayne Airport. The rapper said the baton was a prop for a movie he was filming.

Snoop can't seem to hide his guns and drugs from the police.  You think he'd learn to leave it at home.  It's ashame that after beating a murder rap a few years ago, he's still going to jail

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