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You don't get to go to Juvenile hall when you're 34.

Rapper Juvenile, whose real name is Terius Grey, was arrested Thursday in St. Bernard Parish, La., on suspicion of marijuana possession after a small amount of the stuff was found in the house where he was recording.

Per New Orleans' Times-Picayune, police were at the house responding to a report that the smell of weed was wafting from the property.

A sheriff's deputy went to check things out and concurred: He smelled pot, too.

After obtaining a search warrant, officers found a small amount of marijuana in a drawer and Juvenile admitted that it was his, according to the St. Bernard Parish Sheriff's Office.

The "Slow Motion" rapper and producer Leroy Edwards were booked for misdemeanor possession and released late Thursday night after posting bail.


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