RAPPER ACCUSED OF SMUGGLING POT FROM CALIFORNIA TO GEORGIA
A judge denied bond Tuesday for Atlanta Rapper Ralo who’s being accused of smuggling hundreds of pounds of marijuana from California to Georgia.
Ralo, who’s real name is Terrell Davis was arrested last Sunday in the cargo hold of a plane. According to agents, the plane had over 440 pounds of marijuana inside.
The police told sources, Ralo and his alleged gang, nicknamed Famerica, shuttled over 900,000 pounds of pot worth nearly $2 million on planes chartered by Ralo. Also Ralo and his conspirators allegedly were selling the pot out of an apartment complex, nicknamed “Pakistan.”
A courtroom packed with his supporters as Ralo and several co-defendants faced a judge while fans also lined up outside the federal courthouse, hoisting signs calling for his release.
Despite the evidence against him and praise from the community, the judge denied bond for the rapper, saying he violated probation on a prior arrest and was a convicted felon. Only one of the other defendants was granted bond.