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Police searching for rapper Juelz Santana after TSA found gun on him at Newark Airport

Information searching for North Shirt artist Juelz Santana after a packed gun was discovered in a bag he tried to take through a Newark Freedom Airport terminal gate before he evaded protection agents and remaining the scene by browsing into a taxicab.

Santana, a former Teaneck citizen who has been lived in Totowa, present a carry-on bag for an X-ray exam at Checkpoint C-1, which leads to airport gateways, at 6:05 p.m. Weekend when a Transport Security Management agent noticed it included a gun and called Slot Power cops, according to regulators.

Police in Totowa verified Weekend that they had been to the rapper's house at 11 p.m. Weekend regarding manchester international occurrence. Capt. Carl Cifaldi of the borough cops said that no one was house when cops came.

Santana, whose given name is LaRon Louis Wayne, had been discovered guilty of three indictable violations arising from three individual occurrences this year, according to state judge criminal information. New Shirt law bars billed felons from having weaponry. Transport regulators said that carrying a gun to a federal gate carries a municipal charge and fine of up to $13,000.

Santana was scheduled to perform Weekend evening at The Huge Night club in San Francisco, according to a commercial for the performance.

Law administration regulators did not immediately specify where he was going and both the TSA and the Slot Power dropped to say Santana was the suspicious involved in manchester international occurrence.

In Feb 2011, Santana, a beginning part of the rap group "The Diplomats," was arrested for multiple weaponry and medication violations, including having ammunition without a permit, after regulators implemented a search guarantee at his Bergenfield recording studio room. Police discovered two packed 9 mm handguns, an unspecified amount of ammo, and 17 plastic purses containing alleged weed and medication devices, according to an article in The Record.

At time, regulators said that they deemed Santana was a part of the Bloods street group, and that he and affiliates had been circulating drugs from the studio room for a while. The police arrest culminated a 10-month investigation into group activity, they said.

Santana asked for forgiveness accountable to a fourth-degree weed submission charge as a result of that police arrest, according to the judge criminal information.

He also asked for forgiveness accountable to two other violations arising from individual 2011 occurrences. He asked for forgiveness accountable to third-degree making a terroristic risk to commit a criminal activity of assault after an accident during which he also was arrested for breaking a discipline order. In a another occurrence, he asked for forgiveness  accountable to fourth-obstruction of the administration of law.

He was sentenced to two years of probation for each of those violations in 2013.

An attorney who showed him right at that moment did not react to a message on Weekend.

The Transport Security Management said in a message that one of its authorities "froze the bag securely inside the X-Ray tunnel" after seeing the gun during routine testing.

"Upon our finding of the gun, the individual remaining the gate and went back into the public area" making the carry-on bag containing the gun at the gate, the TSA said in the e-mail.

The Slot Power released a declaration saying that "a traveler left the quit of the C-1 protection gate at Newark Airport" on Weekend evening, forgetting two purses. They said regulators retrieved a packed Derringer .38-caliber gun and that the suspicious "is considered to have gone Newark Airport terminal by taxicab."

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