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2 Chainz found not guilty on marijuana, paraphernalia charges

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Posted: Wednesday, April 24, 2013 4:24 pm

EASTON - Grammy-nominated rapper Tauheed Epps, also known as 2 Chainz, was found not guilty Wednesday in Talbot County District Court on marijuana charges stemming from a traffic stop on Feb. 14.

Police stopped a 2013 Ford E-350 van, in which Epps and six others were traveling on a way to a concert at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, on U.S. Route 50 and Hiners Lane, for speeding.

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