The #FreeKodakBlack party was cut short after authorities discovered two outstanding warrants following Tuesday’s hearing in a Florida court where the 19-year-old rapper had pleaded no contest to multiple charges of drug possession, firearm possession by a delinquent, robbery and fleeing a law enforcement officer and was slated to be released from jail.
A representative from the Broward Sheriff’s office, public information officer Joy Oglesby, confirmed the news to , saying, “During the release process, we found two active warrants for Mr. Octave. He is currently still in the custody of the Broward Sheriff’s Office.”
A judge ruled on Tuesday that the Pompano Beach rhymer (real name Dieuson Octave) would be released and sentenced him to a year of house arrest as well as five years of probation. Fans, family and an executive from his label, Atlantic Records, were present at the hearing.