Land of three, home of the blazed. Khaleef Chiles honorably turned himself in to a New Jersey Court Thursday morning for jumping bail. Even more honorable, Khaleef-a man showed up to court with a fresh sack in his pocket.
The weed found in Khaleef’s pockets was confiscated and then probably smoked by this very chill judge that actually released Khaleefa even though he had an illegal drug (sigh, New Jersey) in his pants:
“When you come back tomorrow, make sure your pockets contain no weed,” said Reed. “I’m just saying. If you don’t show up tomorrow, it’s going to be a different story,” Reed warned Chiles.
Khaleef will either plea guilty to a third-degree jumping bail charge or a third-degree drug charge from 2016. When you find out more about the guys arrest from a year ago…this all starts to make a little more sense:
n March 9, 2016, Chiles was arrested in North Plainfield for third-degree possession of LSD and marijuana, according to court documents. During his first appearance on June 3, he was told to return to court on June 24, but was a no-show. A bench warrant was issued for his arrest.
On Dec. 7, 2016, Chiles again turned himself in and was eventually indicted by a grand jury on charges of third-degree bail-jumping, documents said. His drug charges are still pending. [NJ.com]
It’s not easy being this trippy, mane.