The "Shoulder Lean" rapper was also apprehended by an additional law enforcement agency in relation to an outstanding warrant for his arrest.
Atlanta, Georgia rapper Young Dro was arrested this past Saturday (March 28) on a theft change, according to reports on AJC.com.
The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office charged Young Dro, given name Djuan Montreal Hart, with "theft by conversion of leased or rented personal property for a February incident," according to the publication.
In addition, a spokeswoman for the sheriff's office said that on Sunday another law enforcement agency apprehended Dro in an unrelated incident.
“In the process, officers learned of an outstanding warrant for his arrest in DeKalb County,” spokeswoman Cynthia Williams said.
AllHipHop reports that Dro was released yesterday (March 30) on a $2,000 bail.
This isn't Young Dro's first run-in with the law. Back in 2012, he was hit with a $45,000 lien for failing to pay $45,139.99 in taxes dating back to 2007.
During the same year, Dro took to Twitter to announce that he was changing his name to 3krazy.
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