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Rapper Young Moose allowed to post bond
Rapper Young Moose allowed to post bond

Calling his confinement without bail "cruel and unusual," a Baltimore judge ordered that an up-and-coming rapper be allowed to post bond in a drug case tied to his music videos. Kevron Evans, better known as Young Moose, has been held on drug charges since August, days before he was to perform at the Baltimore Arena. Though he posted $250,000 bond, police quickly notified his probation agent of the charges, triggering a violation of probation that required him to be held. The case has been controversial because police cited imagery from Evans' music videos in charging documents, noting that he and others can be seen flashing firearms — even though no guns were found in...

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