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Ralo's Bond Revoked After He Made Drug Deals In Prison Using Apple Watch

3,720 views | December 21, 2020 | News | By hiphopallaround

According to documents filed in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia Atlanta Division on Dec. 17, a judge has officially revoked Ralo's bond pending trial. In the filing, the judge deems the Atlanta rapper a "danger to the community" after allegedly discovering that he had been making drug deals while behind bars using an Apple Watch. "The United States explained that law enforcement had analyzed an Apple Watch found in Defendant Davis’s cell at the Dayton Detention Center in April 2019 and found photographs of drugs and communication with co-defendants that appeared to include affidavits the co-defendants were willing to supply the Court."


The filing continues, "This evidence strongly suggests Defendant Davis continued to engage in illegal drug activity while incarcerated at that facility. It also obviously shows he refused to abide by the conditions of his confinement by obtaining and possessing the contraband watch." The paperwork went on to describe how Ralo had been communicating with the mother of his three children while behind bars, to continue his drug activity.




Notes allegedly sent to the mother of his children reportedly contained instructions, "try to do all these things on other phones or in person. The Feds is watching an (sic) listening to everything." The documents suggest the use of the word "kids" is a code word as well as “cups,” “half,” “grams,” 8 balls” and “all.” There was also a list of prices under the name "kidz."

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According to documents filed in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia Atlanta Division on Dec. 17, a judge has officially revoked Ralo’s bond pending trial. In the filing, the judge deems the Atlanta rapper a “danger to the community” after allegedly discovering that he had been making drug deals while behind bars using an Apple Watch. “The United States explained that law enforcement had analyzed an Apple Watch found in Defendant Davis’s cell at the Dayton Detention Center in April 2019 and found photographs of drugs and communication with co-defendants that appeared to include affidavits the co-defendants were willing to supply the Court.”


The filing continues, “This evidence strongly suggests Defendant Davis continued to engage in illegal drug activity while incarcerated at that facility. It also obviously shows he refused to abide by the conditions of his confinement by obtaining and possessing the contraband watch.” The paperwork went on to describe how Ralo had been communicating with the mother of his three children while behind bars, to continue his drug activity.







Notes allegedly sent to the mother of his children reportedly contained instructions, “try to do all these things on other phones or in person. The Feds is watching an (sic) listening to everything.” The documents suggest the use of the word “kids” is a code word as well as “cups,” “half,” “grams,” 8 balls” and “all.” There was also a list of prices under the name “kidz.”

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