Bankroll In his ongoing RICO case, Freddie is accused of transporting hundreds of kilograms of cocaine and marijuana, but all he cares about is getting his jewelry back.
The rapper signed to Quality Control/Motown Records is accused of “conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute 500 grams or more of cocaine and at least 100 kilograms but less than 1,000 kilograms of marijuana, as well as other drug and firearm offenses,” according to court documents obtained.
Bankroll Freddie allegedly discussed how successful his side business was in two separate wiretapped conversations.
The Eastern District of Arkansas US Attorney Jonathan D. Ross and Assistant US Attorneys Julie Peters and Amanda Fields has filed a new motion requesting the court to reject Bankroll Freddie’s request for the return of property.
Freddie demanded the jewelry taken during the traffic stop in April 2022 that resulted in his detention.
He and his attorneys alleged that the United States had missed a deadline of 60 days for returning his property. Ross, Peters, and Fields disagree, nevertheless.
The documents stated that “This Court should dismiss [Freddie’s] plea for the return of property for many reasons.” “First, the charges in this instance have been dropped, and the property in question is connected to an ongoing case Judge Moody is currently hearing. In that circumstance, this matter should be resolved. Second, possession is something that the party pursuing the case wants to surrender.
Last but not least, the jewelry is proof of the ongoing criminal investigation. The motion is unsuccessful insofar as it cites Title 18, United States Code, Section 983 because it is not relevant. The motion from [Freddie] should be rejected.
Bankroll After the 28-year-old was caught by Arkansas State Police for speeding during the aforementioned traffic stop, Freddie was taken into custody. The officer asked Freddie to exit the vehicle after noticing a marijuana odor coming from it. Although he initially obeyed, the officer’s demands were met with resistance, and they threatened to tase him.
Eventually, another cop was able to grab hold of Freddie’s feet, lift him out of the vehicle, and lower him to the ground.
When the suspect was taken into custody, a search of the car uncovered a sizable amount of cash—later estimated to be $33,662—along with a Draco-style pistol, a Glock handgun without a serial number, two sizable bags of vacuum-sealed marijuana, each weighing about 21.4 pounds, and jewelry.
That day, all of Freddie’s personal belongings, including the disputed jewelry, were seized.
However, it turned out that Freddie had more significant issues. On November 9, Bankroll Freddie and 34 other defendants, including his father, were listed in a lengthy 61-page indictment.
According to authorities, the suspected gang members “voluntarily and consciously collaborated” to sell marijuana, meth, cocaine, and crack cocaine. They are each charged with 16 federal offenses. Bankroll Freddie is still imprisoned.