juelz-santana

Judge Rejects Juelz Santana Plan For Freedom

A judge has rejected a proposed bail package that would have sprung Juelz Santana from jail.
The rap star has been behind bars since March 12th, which is the day he turned himself in for a wild incident at Newark Liberty International Airport.

TSA agents claimed they found a loaded Derringer in the rapper’s luggage, as he attempted to board a flight to California.When the agents found the two-shot pistol, Juelz fled the airport, leaving behind Oxycodone pills and his ID card.
Juelz, 36, caught a taxi and disappeared for several days before finally surrendering to authorities.
Yesterday, a judge ordered he will stay locked up after ruling a proposed bail package for the rap star was insufficient, although no details were offered to explain the judge’s ruling.
In addition to possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and carrying a weapon on an aircraft, Juelz was also booked for unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of drugs, and an unspecified federal warrant.
So far, a new date for Juelz to go before a judge to regain freedom has yet to be set.
Juelz Santana, born LaRon James, has pleaded not guilty to the charges.
If he is convicted, he could face at least 10 years in prison.