Members of Rap Group ‘Migos’ Arrested
The three members of the rap group ‘Migos’ have been arrested due to weapons and drugs. All three of them were performing at their concert Saturday night which took place at Hanner Fieldhouse at a Georgia University. Soon after, the concert was interrupted and the group was arrested. When Migos first arrived at the college, the Crime Suppression Team noted that there was a very strong smell of marijuana coming from the vehicles. The team contacted the drivers of these vehicles and the investigation lead to finding multiple firearms, a Schedule II drug, and of course, marijuana. The Bulloch County Sheriff, Lynn Anderson, describes these findings as concerning, due to the fact that this is a university sponsored event where more than 1,000 students were present. The fifteen people in the two vans arriving to the concert were arrested, said Anderson. Migos were taken to the Bulloch County Jail, where they currently reside with no bond. All of the members, Quavious Marshall, 24, Kiari Cephus, 23, and Kirschnick Ball, 20, were all charged with possession of a Schedule II drug, misdemeanor possession of marijuana, possession of a firearm in a school safety zone and possession of a firearm during the time the crimes were committed.