A famous rapper was arrested on more than a dozen felony charges late Tuesday night in Cobb County, Georgia.
According to court paperwork obtained by WSB-TV, Daz Dillinger was arrested with more than 100 grams of marijuana inside a suburban Atlanta home.
Dillinger was taken to the Cobb County Jail and booked on 12 counts of possession of a controlled substance and one count of possession of more than one ounce of marijuana. Bond was set at $15,000.
A rapper and producer around for some of West Coast rap’s most notable albums was arrested on drug charges Tuesday in Georgia, according to Cobb County police and media reports.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Delmar Drew Arnaud, who performs as Daz Dillinger, faces 13 felony marijuana charges, according to Cobb jail booking records. TMZ reported his arrest just before noon Wednesday.
Officer Sarah O’Hara, Cobb police spokeswoman, said Wednesday that she didn’t know “the specifics on what probable cause the officers had to obtain the search warrant and execute it” at the home on Austell Powder Springs Road.
Arnaud, 45, is half of the hip hop duo Tha Dogg Pound, along with Kurupt. They signed with Death Row records, the partial creation of Suge Knight.
He recently told the website HipHopDX that he helped produce Dr. Dre’s debut album “Chronic” and Snoop Dogg’s “Doggstyle” — both considered among the best West Coast rap albums ever recorded.
His Twitter account, which is linked to his Instagram, shows a link and caption to a now-defunct Instagram post sent Tuesday morning. The tweet reads: “Wake N Bake lol @ Atlanta, Georgia”
He was arrested 14 hours later.
Inside the 1,856-square-foot home, which property records show Arnuad bought in May 2017, police allegedly found a variety of marijuana products.
They claim in a warrant to have found multiple cigarillo packets containing marijuana inside a closet and another packet in a studio.
Police said they found 117 grams in all.
There were also 10 alleged THC vaporizer pods labeled as “Pure Cannabis Extract,” according to the warrant.
THC honey and a container labeled “Cannabis Lean,” which police described in the warrant as “a grape drink laced with cannabis” was also found, records show.
Arnaud posted his $15,000 bond after 15 hours in jail and was released about 3:15 p.m., jail records show. No attorney was listed in the jail record.
The day before his arrest, Arnaud continued his diss of Kanye West, which is focused around the superstar’s relationship with President Donald Trump, according to Complex.
Arnaud has threatened West with Crip gang violence and spoken ill of his wife Kim Kardashian.
Here comes Honey Boo Boo — out on the dance floor.
Alana Thompson, aka Honey Boo Boo, will be part of this season’s “Dancing with the Stars: Juniors,” which premieres 8 p.m. Oct. 7 on WSB-TV Channel 2, the local ABC affiliate.
Alana first got our attention as a feisty pageant contestant on TLC’s “Toddlers and Tiaras” with phrases like, “You better redneckognize.”
It wasn’t long before she and her Georgia family had their own reality show, “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo,” which aired between 2012 and 2014 on TLC. She can now be seen on her mom’s show, “Mama June: From Not to Hot.”
Originally from McIntyre, the family moved to Atlanta a few years back.
For her battle to win the mirror ball, Alana will be paired with professional junior dancer Tristan Ianiero and mentored by Artem Chigvintsev.
Jordan Fisher and Frankie Muniz, who were on season 25 of “Dancing with the Stars,” will host the juniors version, with Olympic figure skater Adam Rippon, longtime DWTS pro and two-time mirror ball champ Val Chmerkovskiy and “La La Land” choreographer Mandy Moore as judges, People reports.
“I’ve never even watched the show before to be honest,” Alana told People. “I wanted to do it because, when they asked me, I thought this is something that I’ve never done and it’d be super fun and a great experience. So I figured, let’s do it!”
Among Alana’s competition are Miles Brown, 13, who plays Jack on ABC’s “black-ish”; Scottie Pippen’s 9-year-old daughter, Sophia Pippen; Tripp Palin Johnston, 9, son of Bristol Palin; Stevie Wonder’s son, Mandla Morris, 13 and 10-year-old Hudson West, who is best known for his role as Jake Spencer on “General Hospital.”
Former welterweight boxing champion Victor Ortiz was arrested in California on Tuesday and charged with three felony sexual assault charges, ESPN reported.
Ortiz, 31, turned himself in to the Oxnard Police Department Tuesday afternoon. His bail was set at $100,000. According to a police report, Ortiz is charged by the Ventura County District Attorney’s Office with forcible rape, forcible oral copulation and forcible digital penetration, ESPN reported.
Ortiz was identified as a suspect on the date of the incident, Oxnard police Cmdr. Sharon Giles told the Ventura County Star.
Ortiz is scheduled to fight Sunday night against John Molina Jr. in a 12-round welterweight bout in Ontario, California, ESPN reported. It is uncertain whether the fight will continue as scheduled.
A possible break-in was reported at Rihanna's mansion in Los Angeles, KCBS said late Tuesday.
According to the news station, Los Angeles police were seen at the singer's Hollywood Hills home about 10:30 p.m. PDT Tuesday after responding to a reported burglary. Witnesses said a silver vehicle fled the scene as alarms sounded, police said.
Authorities said nobody was believed to be inside the house during the incident and did not say whether anything was stolen.
This marks the second break-in reported at the home in months. In May, police said Eduardo Leon of Fullerton, California, broke into the house and stayed there for 12 hours, the Los Angeles Times reported. He faces charges of burglary, stalking, vandalism and resisting arrest, the publication said.
Blame it on his confidence.
An Indiana man was arrested for battery and criminal recklessness after a dispute over a Bruno Mars song, WXIN reported.
Roger Washburn, 71, is charged with hitting a friend in the face with a pistol, the television station reported. The gun discharged during the argument but no one was hurt, police said.
According to a report from the Johnson County Sheriff’s Department, late Friday night Washburn and two friends began arguing over whether a certain song was performed by Mars. One man, who told police that they have all been friends for 50 years, said he told Washburn the song was performed by Mars and that Washburn disagreed, the Indianapolis Star reported.
The argument escalated after the victim proved the song was indeed a Mars number. The man told police Washburn then pulled out a .38 revolver and hit him in the forearm and right cheek, WXIN reported, causing the revolver to discharge.
It was unclear what song was being debated.
The victim left and reported the incident several hours later, the television station reported.
According to the police report, the victim had “a small gouge on his right cheek, blood on his pants, shirt and a red abrasion on his right forearm.”
John Bullock, the father of actress Sandra Bullock, died Tuesday, Us Magazine reported. He was 93.
John Bullock was preceded in death by his wife and Sandra Bullock’s mother, opera singer Helga Meyer, who died in 2000, the magazine reported.
Sandra Bullock’s younger sister, Gesine Bullock-Prado, confirmed her father’s death on Wednesday and wrote about his military career, ETOnline reported.
"John Wilson Bullock February 11, 1925 - September 18, 2018," she wrote. "Beloved baby brother, American #WWII #bronzestar #veteran, husband, father of 4 strong women, #grandpa, adorable scamp, handsome devil, and trickster to the end."
Sandra Bullock has not commented yet about her father's death, ETOnline reported.
The newest deputy in a Texas county has a reputation for being mean and green. And the Travis County Sheriff’s Office is more than happy to have actor Lou Ferrigno on its staff.
Ferrigno, who starred in “The Incredible Hulk” television series from 1978 to 1982, stopped by the Sheriff’s Office on Thursday on his way to Wizard World Comic Con, which began Friday in Austin and runs through Sunday, KXAN reported.
Ferrigno is a reserve deputy in Los Angeles County, the television station reported. The former bodybuilder said he stopped by the Travis County Sheriff’s Office to offer “encouragement and thanks,” while mugging for photographs with deputies.
Sheriff Sally Hernandez swore Ferrigno in as an honorary deputy, KXAN reported.
We’ve heard this song before, but it seems genuine that KISS’ upcoming “End of the Road World Tour” will be exactly that.
The band announced the decision to pack up the pyro after a performance on Wednesday’s finale of “America’s Got Talent.”
"All that we have built and all that we have conquered over the past four decades could never have happened without the millions of people worldwide who've filled clubs, arenas and stadiums over those years. This will be the ultimate celebration for those who've seen us and a last chance for those who haven't. KISS Army, we're saying goodbye on our final tour with our biggest show yet and we'll go out the same way we came in... Unapologetic and Unstoppable," the band said in a statement.
KISS hasn’t yet announced dates for this final run, but will update fans in the next few weeks on www.kissonline.com.
In 2000-01, KISS embarked on “The Farewell Tour,” which, in fairness, turned out to be the final tour with the original lineup of Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Peter Criss and Ace Frehley. But the band returned in 2003 for a co-headlining tour with Aerosmith and has remained steady road warriors.
The band’s current members are Stanley, Simmons, Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer.
UPDATE: Lynn Redden, the Texas school superintendent under fire after making racist comments on social media, has resigned, KTRK reported Saturday.
Read the original report below.
Houston Texans football coach Bill O’Brien and several players criticized a Facebook post made by a Texas school superintendent after the team’s 27-20 loss to the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, that read in part, “you can’t count on a black quarterback,” the Houston Chronicle reported Wednesday.
Redden, the superintendent of the Onalaska Independent School District, apparently was reacting to the final play of Sunday’s game, when Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson held on to the football as time ran out.
The incident occurred Monday, when the Chronicle posted a meme about the play.
Matt Erickson, of Houston, commented that he never watches the "perpetual dumpster fire that is the Houston Texans," KTRK reported.
Redden, who is white, then replied in a public post, “That may have been the most inept quarterback decision I've seen in the NFL. When you need precision decision making you can't count on a black quarterback."
The Chronicle obtained a screenshot of the comment, the newspaper reported.
At his Wednesday news conference, O’Brien criticized the comments.
"I don't want to waste any time responding to ignorant, idiotic statements," O’Brien said. "Deshaun represents everything that's right about football and life. It's amazing that BS exists, but it does."
At the same news conference, Watson said he had experienced racism before but did not comment about the superintendent’s post.
"That's on him – let peace be with him," Watson said. "I'm all about love."
Texans defensive star J.J. Watt said the post “does not deserve any attention from any of us.”
“It's a very ignorant comment that doesn't deserve any more play,” Watt said. “It's very unfortunate. I trust (Watson). We all trust him."
Redden told the Chronicle in a telephone interview that he regretted making the post, which has been deleted, and thought he was responding to a private message. He told the newspaper he deleted the comment as soon as he realized it was public. He said that he was referring to the statistical success of black NFL quarterbacks, adding that they "have had limited success" throughout the league's history, the Chronicle reported.
The Onalaska ISD school board will discuss Redden's contract during a closed meeting Saturday, the Chronicle reported. In a statement to KPRC, the school board said that it “does not condone negative comments or actions against any race.”
"The district values every individual and therefore the district will take the appropriate measures to address the situation expeditiously and completely," the statement read.
Take www.y100fm.com everywhere you go! Download your app below from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store:
Enable our Skill today to listen live at home on your Alexa Devices!