Offset of the Atlanta trio Migos has been denied bail for the third time, according to the Statesboro Herald. Bulloch County Superior Court Judge John R. Turner denied his bond after a Oct. 9th hearing and filed documents to deny bond on Monday (Oct. 26). He previously denied Offset's bail during May and June hearings.
Offset was arrested back in April, along with Quavo and Takeoff, at Georgia Southern University after police found guns and drugs in their van. While Takeoff and Quavo were released, Offset was held due to previous criminal charges. The 23-year-old made matters worse after he had an altercation at the Bulloch County Jail in May, causing him to be charged with riot in a penal institution and battery.
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Judge Turner decided that he will review the surveillance footage of the incident and then decide whether to grant bail.
Besides the riot charge, Offset is charged with possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of a schedule II controlled substance, marijuana possession and carrying a weapon in a school safety zone.