Banks & Buck; Another Crime



G-Unit rappers Lloyd Banks and Young Buck were released without bail Aug. 9 following their arrest on felony gun possession charges after a concert in

Two rappers belong to 50 Cent's G-Unit, namely Lloyd Banks and Young Buck, were released without bail August 9, 2005 following their arrest on felony gun possession charges after a concert in Manhattan. Both suspects were, at first, riding in a van with 10 other men that allegedly ran a red light at about 11:30 p.m. the night before near the corner of West 41st Street and Eighth Avenue.

Further, police explained one of the 12 men was carrying a loaded handgun and another weapon was found on the floor of the van. And so, all of them were charged with gun possession.

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