Rick Ross Arrested on Marijuana Charge in Georgia

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Rick Ross on the set of the 'Neighborhood Drug Dealer' video shoot at Local Studio Sound Stage on May 26, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia.

The Sheriff's Office tells Billboard that Ross was "very cooperative" after the arrest.

Rick Ross was arrested Wednesday afternoon (June 10) in Fayette County, Georgia, after a police officer "identified marijuana in his vehicle" at a traffic stop, according to the Fayette County Sheriff's Office. Atlanta's WSB first reported the news, which Billboard has confirmed. 

Ross was charged with misdemeanor marijuana possession and a traffic violation. While Billboard spoke to the Sheriff's Office (at 4:20 p.m. ET, no less), Ross was being processed at Fayette County Jail. Given the small nature of the charge, he's likely to make bail immediately.

The Sheriff's Office added that Ross was being "very cooperative" and gave officers no trouble at all. Prior to becoming one of the scene's biggest rappers, Ross worked as a correctional officer in Florida.