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UPDATE: 11 arrested after 2 Chainz tour bus pulled over in Oklahoma City

A tour bus with hip-hop artist 2 Chainz was stopped in Oklahoma City and 11 people were arrested. The bus was towed to a police training center to be searched for illegal drugs, police said.
by Robert Medley Modified: August 22, 2013 at 6:29 pm •  Published: August 22, 2013

Tauheed Epps, better known as rapper 2 Chainz, and 10 other men on his tour bus were arrested by Oklahoma City police Thursday morning after they refused to leave the bus following a traffic stop, authorities said.

All 11 were arrested on misdemeanor complaints of obstruction, police Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow said. The artist appeared Wednesday night at the Chesapeake Energy Arena with Lil Wayne.

Police said officers with a drug interdiction task force stopped the bus about midnight on Interstate 40 near Meridian Avenue because of a broken taillight. While questioning the driver, police found evidence of drug use.

The driver got off the bus, but the door closed and locked behind him. Wardlow said the rest of the men on the bus refused to exit.

Police towed the bus with the men still aboard to the police training center at 800 N Portland Ave. while they got a search warrant. After officers got the warrant about 9 a.m., the men got off the bus and were arrested.

Some narcotics were found on the bus, and police are trying to determine who they belong to, Wardlow said.

Epps posted two comments about the incident on his Twitter feed Thursday afternoon. The first said: “Don't ask me ask OKC police department what they found on the bus,,,,u won't get an answer because nuthn was found.”

The second included expletives and said, in part, “our bus gets pulled 1 a week and they always say I smell weed I need to search ur bus.”

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by Robert Medley
Breaking News Reporter
Robert Medley has been a reporter for The Oklahoman since 1989, covering various news beats in the Oklahoma City metro area and in the Norman news bureau. He has been part of the breaking news team since 2008. A 1987 University of Oklahoma...
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