Detroit rapper Obie Trice has been arrested after he allegedly threatened his ex-girlfriend and her household. Trice was taken into the custody of the West Bloomfield Police on Thursday, June 16 and booked on the Oakland County Jail in Michigan on a charge of utilizing a phone to harass or threaten somebody, in response to native outlet The Detroit News.
Curt Lawson, the deputy chief on the West Bloomfield Police Division confirmed the rapper’s arrest to TMZ. Though precise particulars of the alleged crime have been initially unclear, Lawson revealed to the outlet that the “Acquired Some Tooth” rapper was taken into police custody as a result of harassment of an ex. Lawson shared that Trice, who had been signed by a report label managed by Eminem in 2000, started sending threatening messages to a lady he beforehand dated someday after they broke up. He additionally allegedly despatched threatening messages to members of her household and likewise “confirmed up uninvited to his ex’s household dwelling on a number of events.” Though cops turned concerned within the state of affairs and warned Trice to cease his conduct, he didn’t pay attention. Police obtained a misdemeanor warrant when Trice continued to ship threats to his ex and her household.
Per The Detroit Information, West Bloomfield Police arrested Trice Thursday afternoon. The rapper was booked on a charge of utilizing a phone to harass or threaten somebody simply earlier than 5 p.m. and held on a $10,000 bond. On the next day, he was arraigned in forty eighth District Court docket in Bloomfield Hills, Mich., and launched at 1:37 p.m., CST. The cost Trice was booked on is a misdemeanor punishable by six months in jail, a $1,000 wonderful, or each. It doesn’t seem that Trice has publicly addressed his arrest but.
The Thursday arrest marks the newest run-in with the regulation for Trice, who was beforehand booked for aggressive felony assault towards a member of the family. In July 2019, the rapper served a 90-day jail sentence in connection to a December 2019 taking pictures. According to reports, Trice shot the son of his then 40-year-old girlfriend, who was residing with him on the time, within the groin throughout an argument, which the sufferer obtained in the midst of. The gun was reportedly by accident discharged and the shooting victim, who was 18 on the time, survived his accidents. Trice was initially charged with aggravated felony assault of a member of the family with a gun and contempt of courtroom for violating a protecting order earlier than later formally being charged with a misdemeanor of possession of an unregistered firearm in connection to the taking pictures. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail in July 2020.