YoungBoy Never Broke Again's Associate Arrested in Connection to 2016 Drive-By Shooting
YoungBoy Never Broke Again associate Trulondrick Norman was arrested on second degree murder charges earlier this week (June 10), according to East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office inmate records. The charge stems from a non-fatal drive-by shooting that took place back in Louisiana during November of 2016.
Police previously arrested YoungBoy, born Kentrell Gaulden, for his involvement in the shooting. He ended up pleading guilty to aggravated assault with a firearm, reports The Advocate. Law enforcement believes that Norman fired the bullets in the direction of two males as retaliation for the death of YoungBoy's cousin.
The Police Fugitive Task Force stopped Norman Monday night (June 10), who was found to be in possession of an illegal firearm. He was then booked on second degree murder charges and released on Wednesday (June 12) on $110,000 bond, according to Baton Rouge jail records.
NBA Youngboy remains behind bars at the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison for a possible probation violation, which relates to the previously mentioned aggravated assault charge in Baton Rouge, for his involvement in another shootout that left one dead in Miami after Rolling Loud back in May. The 19-year-old is staring down a 10-year suspended sentence if the court finds him in violation of his probation restrictions.