Following Juice Wrld’s death last Sunday (December 8), the FBI uncovered 70 pounds of marijuana, three guns and a bottle of codeine in the private jet carrying the multi-platinum selling rapper and his entourage.
According to TMZ, it’s “unlikely” the members of his crew will be charged with possession of the monster weed load. Law enforcement sources reportedly said it’s “next to impossible” to figure out who the weed belonged to considering nobody would cop to the multiple vacuum-sealed bags found onboard. Plus, there were no identification tags on any of the suitcases.
Sources add the Chicago Police Department is combing through every suitcase and weed bag searching for DNA and fingerprints, however they say there’s no way to prove who really packed the weed and/or owned the suitcases. Feds have essentially deemed it a “non-case,” which is why they turned it over to local authorities.
Two of Juice Wrld’s security guards, Henry Dean and Christopher Dean, were arrested on weapons charges as a result of the search but have since been released.
While there has been no word on an official cause of death, Juice Wrld reportedly swallowed multiple Percocet pills prior to the fatal seizure in an effort to evade police. He was 21.