Officials: Atlanta rapper had 440 pounds of pot on private plane

Terrell “Ralo” Davis
Terrell “Ralo” Davis

Credit: Photo: WSB-TV

Credit: Photo: WSB-TV

An Atlanta rapper connected to a federal raid in southwest Atlanta on Wednesday flew into the city last weekend with 440 pounds of marijuana — worth $840,000 — on a private plane, officials told Channel 2 Action News.

Terrell Davis, whose stage name is Ralo, faces two counts of conspiracy to distribute marijuana after his arrest at Peachtree DeKalb Airport on Sunday, Channel 2 reported.

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Davis was booked into the DeKalb jail but released early Thursday morning. Records show the charges against him in the county were dropped.

Authorities told Channel 2 that Davis’ arrest was connected to three separate raids in southwest Atlanta, including on Lucile Avenue, that began at 6 a.m. Wednesday.

An affidavit obtained by Channel 2 alleges Davis is the leader of a gang called “Famerica” and that the raids were connected to their investigation into the gang.

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