Suge Knight is a wanted man – judge just issued a bench warrant for his arrest
Marion Hugh better known as Suge Knight is a wanted man. He is the founder and CEO of Black Kapital Records and co-founder and former CEO of Death Row Records. Apparently a judge is seeking Knight’s arrest for failing to appear at his rescheduled court hearing. A bench warrant has been issued. However, it was then realized that Suge had an outstanding warrant of arrest, after he had failed to show up in court on a different charge.
Sage arrest incidences In September 2013 the mogul rapper was arrested in Los Angeles on a misdemeanor traffic violation and outstanding warrant. He was arrested and taken to Los Angeles County jail and released several hours later on $20,000 bail. Sara Faden, police officer revealed the news that Sage had been stopped near Beverly Hills and declined to say the traffic violation but sources reveals that he was arrested when he pulled over for driving without license plates. Early a warrant was issued to Knight’s arrest in February 2013 after he skipped court appearance for driving without a license. The latest no-show up at court was a mandatory rescheduled meeting due to him also not showing for the previous agreed dates. Due to his antics the judge has ordered deputies to take Knight in and hold him at $26,000 bail. History repeats itself.
Suge, 48, rose to hip hop stardom by co-founding Death Row Records in 1991 and signing superstars such as Snoop Dogg now known as Snoop Lion, Tupac Shakur and Dr. Dre’s main breakthrough album The Chronic in 1992. Suge filed bankruptcy in 2006.
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