AceShowbiz - The five men arrested during a raid on rapper Kodak Black's tour bus on Wednesday night, April 24 have been released from custody.
Officials in Washington, D.C. have dropped weapons charges and other criminal counts against each member of the group, according to The Blast.
Local police officers raided the bus as the rapper performed at city club The Anthem and discovered weapons on board at least one of the vehicles. Various members of his entourage were taken away in handcuffs by the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia.
The rap star's attorney, Bradford Cohen, tells the outlet, "All charges against all defendants were dismissed. If the authorities went forward I believe there were substantial problems with the search, as well as any evidence against the individuals in that particular bus".
Cohen has made it clear his client was not involved, adding, "Kodak had no knowledge about anything that was found and it was not his bus that he was travelling on".
The drama was the latest in a string of legal issues for the "Tunnel Vision" hitmaker, born Dieuson Octave, who was charged with first degree sexual assault earlier this month and ordered to submit DNA samples amid claims suggesting he had forced himself upon a teenage girl in February, 2016.
He has also faced multiple felony charges, with his most recent arrest coming last week, when he was busted on drugs and weapons charges while attempting to enter the U.S. from Canada.