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A member of the Migos entourage was detained and two others were issued citations after the group’s tour bus was pulled over in Boone, North Carolina on Thursday night, April 5.
The Migos family apparently didn’t make it too far on the drive back to their hotel from a performance at Appalachian State University’s Holmes Convocation Center. According to reports, security at the venue could detect the smell of marijuana wafting from the vehicle as they pulled off. Within minutes, officers from the Boone Police Department were searching the ride for drugs and/or paraphernalia on North Carolina Highway 105.
While Cardi B’s Invasion of Privacy listening party in New York City saved an attending Offset from bearing any involvement in the bust, his blood-related collaborators did have to heed the commands of authorities at the scene. Thankfully, upon further investigation into the circumstance, Quavo and Takeoff were deemed free to go. Unfortunately, the same could not be said for three other members of their camp.
Around 420 grams of marijuana, 26 ounces of codeine, and an undisclosed number of Xans was recovered from the bus. The discovery led to the arrest of Daryl Irvon McPherson, 25, and Dominic Kevin Spigner, 26, for misdemeanor possession of marijuana, codeine, and Xanax. Meanwhile, Jharon Ahmad Murphy, 26, was charged with the more serious “felonious possession of marijuana with intent to sale/deliver and misdemeanor possession of a Schedule V controlled substance.”
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