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Tee Grizzley seems to have kept running into issue with the law. As indicated by an Aug. 26 report, the Michigan rapper was captured for parole infringement on Aug. 23. While subtle elements of the capture are rare right now, the “Principal Day Out” rapper would have been discharged from his parole on Oct. 18, 2018.
As indicated by the city of Detroit’s guilty party look, Grizzley’s “allocated area” is at the Detroit Reentry Center, an office neighboring the correctional facility that holds “parolees, parole violators, probationers and detainees.”
Grizzley’s parole originally began on Oct. 18, 2016 after serving a sentence for a string of robberies at Michigan State University. The rapper was charged with second-degree home invasion for his role and sentenced on Sept. 30, 2015 to a minimum of one year and six months to a maximum of 15 years.
Although it’s unknown what Tee Grizzley did to violate his parole, some of the conditions of his parole include not changing residence, not leaving the state, not possessing or owning a firearm and no contact with any gang members or gang activities. More details to come!