G-Unit Rapper 40 Glocc Busted On Gun Charge

G-Unit affiliate 40 Glocc was taken into custody on Sunday (January 23rd) and arrested on a gun charge, after police found a loaded 9mm handgun in his black Range Rover.

40 Glocc was arrested less than a block away from Arbor Terrace Apartments, aka The Zoo, the infamous complex the rapper was been banned from, due to his alleged affiliation with the Colton City Crips.

Police claim they were patrolling the area when they stopped 40 Glocc and some associates, because they were loitering in an area near the apartment complex.

A 9mm handgun with a high-capacity magazine was found during a search of 40 Glocc's Range Rover.

40 Glocc was arrested and charged with suspicion of carrying a concealed, loaded weapon. Bail is set at $100,000 dollars.

He was released yesterday afternoon.

"100'k OUT ON BAIL FRESH OUTTA JAIL CALIFORNIA DREAMIN SOON AS I STEP ON THE SCENE HEARIN B*TCH'S SCREAMIN! ZOOLIFE! RT THAT!" 40 Glocc tweeted.

Several other documented gang members were allegedly with the rapper at the time of his arrest.

In September of 2010, a judge officially banned 40 Glocc from the Arbor Terrace Apartments for allegedly selling drugs from the complex with other members of the gang, who have been barred from the complex since the original 2008 injunction was filed.

In May, 40 Glocc, born Lawrence White, released a single and video titled “F**k The Police” in response to the injunction.