LOCKPORT, N.Y. — Rapper Kodak Black pleaded guilty Thursday to a weapons charge stemming from a cease on the Canadian border crossing close to Niagara Falls final April.
The music artist, whose authorized title is Invoice Kapri, was arrested after he drove a Cadillac Escalade throughout the Lewiston-Queenston Worldwide Bridge into the US with three different males. State police say the lads had marijuana and a loaded pistol and not using a allow once they had been detained by U.S. Customs and Border Safety officers.
Kodak Black pleaded guilty Thursday to second-degree legal possession of a weapon in Niagara County Court docket, in accordance to WKBW in Buffalo. He faces two to seven years in jail when he’s sentenced on March 24.
In November, Kodak Black was sentenced to 46 months in federal jail for illegally shopping for a gun in his residence state of Florida. The New York sentence will probably be served concurrently with the federal one, in accordance to State Supreme Court docket Justice Richard Kloch.