Prosecutors need the rapper Quando Rondo despatched again to jail after he crashed a automobile whereas free on bond pending trial on gang and drug expenses.
The 24-year-old rapper, whose given identify Tyquian Terrel Bowman, was indicted final month in his hometown of Savannah. He was launched from jail June 26 on a $100,000 bond. Now prosecutors are asking a Chatham County Superior Courtroom decide to revoke his bond.
Their court docket submitting says Bowman crashed a automobile whereas driving at excessive pace Wednesday, and that emergency responders “administered Narcan as he was exhibiting indicators of an overdose.”
Narcan is a drug used to deal with opioid overdoses. Bowman was ordered to chorus from utilizing unlawful medication as a situation of his bond, based on court docket information.
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This jail reserving photograph launched by the Chatham County Sheriff’s Workplace in Savannah, Georgia, reveals Tyquian Terrel Bowman, a rapper often known as Quando Rondo. (Chatham County Sheriff’s Workplace through AP)
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Bowman’s lawyer, Jonah Pine, didn’t instantly return a telephone message searching for remark Friday.
Bowman and 18 others had been indicted final month by a Chatham County grand jury. Bowman was charged with 4 counts, together with being a supervisor of an unlawful road gang often known as “Rollin’ 60’s.” His different expenses embody conspiring with others to distribute marijuana and to purchase drugs of the opioid hydrocodone.
Prosecutors mentioned further expenses stemming from the automobile crash are pending.
As Quando Rondo, the rapper’s singles “I Keep in mind” and “ABG” led to a cope with Atlantic Data, which launched his debut album, “QPac,” in 2020. His follow-up album, “Restoration,” got here out in March.