Cephus has been in jail since April 19, when he and other Migos members were arrested on drug and weapon charges after a weekend concert. The group and its associates arrived on campus in two vans, and that's when members of a crime suppression team made up of Statesboro police and sheriff's deputies detected "a very potent smell" of marijuana coming from the two vehicles, the sheriff's office said in a statement.
As the musicians went inside Hanner Fieldhouse to perform, investigators contacted the drivers of both vehicles. A search of the vans found multiple guns, marijuana and another undisclosed drug, the sheriff’s office said.
The three band members were arrested after leaving the stage and face charges of drug possession; possession of firearms in a school safety zone; and possession of firearms during the commission of a crime, sheriff’s officials said.
The musicians were identified as Quavious Marshall, 24, of Lawrenceville; Kirschnick Ball, 20, of Lawrenceville; and Cephus.
Marshall and Ball were later released on $10,000 bond, jail records showed.