Jim Jones and his friends led Georgia cops on a chase that ended with him getting busted for having drugs and a gun, and now he’s facing a handful of charges.
Capo Status was a backseat passenger in a car cops pulled over Thursday night in Cowetta County. According to the local Sheriff’s Dept., instead of stopping, the car accelerated, leading the cops on a chase. During said chase, the car struck a deputy’s vehicle, and finally stopped.
According to TMZ, Jones and three others were in the car. After a search, deputies found marijuana, oxycodone, Percocet, vape cartridges, THC oil, 2 loaded pistols and cash, which according to Jones, was “just petty cash.”
One of the pistols was stolen, according to cops, but neither Jones nor his friends admitted possession of any of the items. Jones would later divulge that he had a prescription for the Oxy and Percocet pills. Jones also told cops he told the driver to pull over, but she was acting “incoherent.”
Since no one admitted to possessing the paraphernalia, everyone was arrested. Jones was charged for possession of the stolen gun, possession of a firearm during commission of a crime and possession of narcotics, all felonies. He also got a misdemeanor for the prescription pills not being in their original container.
Jones made bail however, which was $7,000.