Police determined there was a scent of marijuana coming from the GMC Yukon and decided to do a search of the vehicle. Cops discovered prohibited ammunition as well as three guns and marijuana.
As a result, Youngsta was arrested and charged with felony possession of a prohibited weapon — specifically, “armor-piercing ammunition.” Another passenger, Marcus Dion Cartwright, was charged with unlawfully carrying a weapon. The two other people in the vehicle avoided any charges.
In May 2017, Youngsta was charged with five counts of discharging a weapon into an occupied dwelling/moving vehicle and one count of conspiracy to commit discharging a firearm into an occupied dwelling in relation to the attempted shooting of Young Dolph’s vehicle during CIAA weekend.
Those charges were ultimately dropped in May of this year.