Epic Records artist Bobby Shmurda was arrested along with members of his GS9 crew in New York’s Quad City Studios early Wednesday morning (December 17), Wondering Sound reports.

Though specific charges were not disclosed, in a phone conversation with Wondering Sound, Katie Cornell—the New York Police Department’s Director Of Public Information—says “these arrests were the result of a long-term investigation” that uncovered “a number of violent incidents as well as narcotics trafficking.” She also says that her office “has a sealed indictment against a number of individuals” that will be revealed early on December 18.

REVOLT reports that the arraignments will take place in the Manhattan Supreme Court.

Representatives from Epic Records were not available for comment as of press time.

This is the third time this year Bobby Shmurda has been arrested. In June, the artist born Ackquille Pollard was arrested for felony gun possession. He was arrested again in October for marijuana possession.

In November, the “Bobby Bitch” rapper’s debut EP, Shmurda She Wrote debuted at #77 selling 5,000 copies.

For more on Bobby Shmurda, view the DX Daily below.

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(December 17, 2014)

UPDATE: The perp walk video of Bobby Shmurda has been released. It is below.

Sha Money XL also says he was not arrested with his protege.

“They held me until they searched the studio then let me go,” Sha Money said in a statement to Karen Civil. “I signed these kids to give them a better way in life not to be dragged down by the media and gunned down by the 40 cops that raided the studio and pointed guns at me for working my job. You have no idea how this makes me feel or look when I’m one of the only few Black men signing black artist from the streets and giving them a chance to do better in life.”

(December 18, 2014)

UPDATE #2: Bobby Shmurda’s bail has been set at $2 million, according to Complex.

The rapper is facing charges of conspiracy to commit murder, assault in the first degree, possession of weapons, intent to sell and possession of narcotics, criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree on two counts.

He faces up to 25 years on the conspiracy charges and up to 15 years on each of the weapons charges.

Shmurda’s attorney says Epic Records will be paying his bail.

A series of tweets about the case are as follows: