Rapper Kodak Black Pleaded Guilty To Weapon Charges
Rapper Kodak Black pleaded blameworthy Thursday to a weapons charge originating from a stop at the Canadian fringe crossing close to Niagara Falls last April.
The music artist, whose legitimate name is Bill Kapri, was arrested after he drove a Cadillac Escalade over the Lewiston-Queenston International Bridge into the United States with three other men.
What U.S Police Indicate
State police say the men had cannabis and a stacked gun without a grant when they were kept by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials.
Kodak Black conceded Thursday to second-degree criminal ownership of a weapon in Niagara County Court, concurring to WKBW in Buffalo. He faces two to seven years in jail when he’s condemned on March 24.
Charges And Punishment
In November, Kodak Black was condemned to 46 months in government jail for unlawfully purchasing a firearm in his home province of Florida. The New York sentence will be served simultaneously with the government one, as per State Supreme Court Justice Richard Kloch.
The New York sentence will be served simultaneously with the government one, as indicated by State Supreme Court Justice Richard Kloch.