Published: Thu, April 13, 2017
World Media | By Joan Schultz

Chief Keef Arrested, Charged With DUI in Miami Beach

Chief Keef Arrested, Charged With DUI in Miami Beach

Keef was noted to have bloodshot eyes and a dry mouth on the scene and a drug expert showed up.

When the man, identified by police as Cortez McElrath, saw the officers, he ran back to the McLaren and tried to get in.

"Police put handcuffs on the hip-hop star after Chief Keef's friend in the passenger seat, allegedly hopped out of the bright green vehicle and started talking to people in another auto", wrote Cheyenne Roundtree in a report for The Daily Mail. Cops searched the vehicle and found marijuana.

Chief Keef reported told cops that he will get his attorney to hand them his marijuana card when they find the drug inside his urine.

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Cozart faces a DUI charge. An officer stopped him, held him at Taser-point and placed him in handcuffs, according to the report.

Green leafy substances were also involved in the stop that resulted in two more people being arrested. The four other people in his vehicle and the tailing auto received a mix of charges, including possession of marijuana, driving with a suspended license, and, in the case of two of the four other men, having between them a total of thirteen fradulent credit cards. Jamil Perkins, the driver of the Altima, was arrested for having a suspended license. Reaves also had nine fraudulent credit cards, police said.

Furthermore, the Miami Herald came in with the assist by quoting the arresting officer, who "added that Cozart spontaneously stated, 'You'll find weed in me'".

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