The musician was reportedly ordered to a 30-day drug rehab in February after he tested positive for fentanyl during a mandatory drug test
Rapper Kodak Black was arrested on drug possession charges in Florida on Thursday, marking the musician’s third arrest in two years.
The hip-hop artist, 26, was booked in Broward County on charges of cocaine possession, tampering with or fabricating physical evidence and improperly parking or stopping a vehicle, according to jail records viewed by PEOPLE.
Black, who was listed under his legal name, Bill Kapri, was released the same day on $5,000 bond, according to NBC News.
An attorney for the star did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment, nor did a spokesperson for the Plantation Police Department.
An arrest report obtained by WTVJ reportedly said Black was arrested in Plantation after an officer found him sleeping in the driver’s seat of his Bentley SUV, which was parked in the roadway.
The officer allegedly noticed “a strong odor of burnt cannabis” upon approaching the vehicle, and opened the car door to find a cup that smelled of alcohol and drug paraphernalia in the center console, the outlet reported.
Black was then asked to exit the vehicle, and when asked if he had weapons or anything illegal in his possession, said he had weed. The officer reportedly then noticed a white powder, and noted in the report, “I reasonable [sic] believe [Black] was trying to discard illegal narcotics.”
NBC News reported that, according to court documents, a white substance found at the scene tested positive for cocaine, and weighed in at 4.1 grams.
Black, who released his sixth album When I Was Dead in November, was ordered to a 30-day drug rehab in February after he tested positive for fentanyl during a mandatory drug test, according to the Associated Press. He also reportedly had a warrant for his arrest issued in June after he skipped a mandatory drug test (Black was charged with trafficking oxycodone and possession of a controlled substance in July 2022, with regular drug testing a condition of his release).
"Never judge a case based on an arrest," his attorney Bradford Cohen told PEOPLE at the time of his arrest. "There are facts and circumstances that give rise to a defense, especially in this case."
The musician was also arrested in Pompano Beach, Florida in 2022 on allegations of trespassing, and in 2021, entered a deal to plead guilty to first-degree assault and battery after he was accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl in February 2016.
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