Juice WRLD’s Two Guards Arrested: Weed and Guns found on his Private Jet
The two Security Guards who were with 21-year-old Juice WRLD when he passed away on December 8, after having a medical emergency at Chicago’s Midway International Airport were arrested on gun charges.
Sources revealed that Harry Dean, 27, from Chicago and Christopher Long, 36, from California were charged with misdemeanours gun counts when police found them with a total of 3 guns, metal piercing bullets and a high capacity magazine.
More reports also stated that Juice Wrld took some pills, had 70 Pounds of Weed and Codeine on-board his private jet before he died.
Juice WRLD whose given name is Jarad A. Higgins was pronounced dead a short time after he was transported from Midway to a hospital in the area and Larry Langford, Chicago Fire Department Spokesman, said he had suffered cardiac arrest. He was previously in a group on Sunday with about 12 persons.
The rapper had topped the album charts in the 2019 Billboard Music Awards in May, with his acclaimed ‘Death Race for Love’.
The two men who are charged should be in Court later this month.
The police report said there was no foul play and an autopsy is scheduled for Monday.