The judge reportedly added a 12-month supervised release mandate to the sentence as well. Currently, there is no information on when he will be scheduled to surrender for his sentence.
Juelz was reportedly caught trying to move a .38-caliber handgun and eight oxycodone pill through the Newark International Airport. Upon discovery by TSA, he ran off from authorities, sparking a manhunt that came to a close after he surrendered himself thereafter.
The "There It Go" rapper ended up pleading guilty to unlawful possession of a weapon and possession of a controlled dangerous substance, both charges for which he will serve the sentenced time on.
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