The Baton Rouge Police Department who arrested YoungBoy Never Broke Again in September 2020 is reportedly facing allegations of corruption.
District Attorney Hillar Moore's office is dropping 640 drug cases linked directly to "potential corruption" within the BRPD's narcotics division.
YoungBoy was arrested in Los Angeles on an outstanding federal warrant last week over the warrant stemmed from the September. BRPD officers seized handguns, rifles, drugs, $47,000 in cash, various pieces of jewelry and a $300,000 check.
"The bond for YoungBoy out of California is $540,000. He put up half a million in cash. In addition -- as collateral –-- he put up two properties worth in excess of $1.5 million and he has to wear an ankle monitor. However, he's not going to be on house arrest according to the bond set by the California judge. He simply has to wear the ankle monitor but otherwise is free to travel," New York attorney Mohammed Gangat says in a video.
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Gangat continued, "This is very big. Why? Given that the California judge found that these circumstances are sufficient for YoungBoy, why would a Louisiana find any differently? The Louisiana judge is looking at the same facts, he's looking at the same charges and he's making a decision under the exact same federal law. Sure, it's a different court and a different circuit, and the way the laws are applied vary somewhat, it shouldn't vary a lot."