Warren G

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The Warren G situation has already been regulated.

After determining there wasn't enough evidence to move forward, the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office has opted not to press charges against the rapper stemming from his bust early Sunday morning for marijuana possession, E! News confirms.

The G-man, whose real name is Warren Griffin III, was a passenger in a car that was pulled over after the driver ran a red light. Officers subsequently found an open vodka bottle on the floor of the car and more than 25 grams of pot in a purple bag in the trunk, enough for an arrest on suspicion of possession with intent to sell.

The court's charge evaluation worksheet states that the car, which was subsequently impounded, is not registered to either Griffin or Ryan Butler, who was driving at the time, but to another person. Neither of the arrestees made any statements.

According to the worksheet, there is "insufficient evidence to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that either/both suspects had knowledge of, or dominion and control over, the [marijuana] in the trunk of a car that belonged to a third party who was not present.

"Even if one were to open the trunk, the baggie would not be visible since it was contained within an opaque container."

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