Rapper Quando Rondo Arrested On Federal Drug Charges: Latest Updates


New Development in the Case

In a recent turn of events, the renowned rapper Quando Rondo, whose real name is Tyquian Terrel Bowman, has been arrested on federal drug charges. The arrest took place on Friday, and law enforcement sources have confirmed this news.

Key Takeaway

Rapper Quando Rondo, also known as Tyquian Terrel Bowman, has been arrested on federal drug charges. He was taken into custody during a routine traffic stop, but his arrest was premeditated. Quando Rondo was previously indicted on state gang and drug charges, accused of violating the Street Gang Terrorism and Prevention Act. Prosecutors allege that he was involved in drug-related activities, specifically the negotiation of marijuana prices and making payments to suppliers.

The Arrest Details

Quando Rondo was taken into custody without any incident. The arrest occurred when the car he was traveling in was pulled over by the police. However, it is important to note that the vehicle was stopped with the specific intention of arresting Quando Rondo, and not due to any traffic violation. It is worth mentioning that none of the other individuals present in the car were apprehended.

Past Legal Troubles

Earlier this year, in June, Quando Rondo was indicted, along with 18 others, on state gang and drug charges. The indictment alleges that he violated the Street Gang Terrorism and Prevention Act. According to prosecutors, the rapper is accused of being involved with the Rollin’ 60s street gang.

The Allegations

The prosecution claims that the popular “ABG” rapper instructed another defendant to negotiate the prices of marijuana. Later, he allegedly traveled to Macon, Georgia, to pay the supplier as part of his involvement in the drug trade.