Brookhaven police pulled over a 2016 Mercedes-Benz Maybach after suspecting that its tint was too dark. They arrested the rapper, Jones and Kitchens after allegedly finding the men with the drugs and nearly $50,000 cash.
Jones was also accused of felony drug charges when indictments were handed down Aug. 30. Kitchens was charged with misdemeanor charges of window tint violation and possessing less than an ounce of marijuana.
“I will do everything that is lawful and ethical to clear Mr. Williams of this false allegation,” said Brian Steel, the rapper’s attorney, at the time of his arrest.
The rapper, 27, was also arrested in 2016 at Lenox Square on a failure to appear warrant and in 2015 on accusations he threatened to shoot a Perimeter Mall security guard.
Williams, Jones and Kitchens are set to be arraigned in a DeKalb County court on Oct. 9.