Federal Prosecutors To Question Young Buck After Car Flees During Traffic Stop

Nashville, Tennessee rapper Young Buck could face jail time, after a vehicle he was allegedly traveling with fled to evade police during a traffic stop in Indiana.

According to the Tennesseean, the rapper was issued two speeding tickets in Georgia and Indiana, but did not notify his Federal probation officer about the infractions.

According to the report the rapper, was traveling with a second vehicle in Indiana that fled during the traffic stop.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Joe Brown has given Young Buck until tomorrow (June 15th) to provide investigators with information on who was driving the vehicle.

The Tennessean reports that  Young Buck told police that "he was traveling with people allegedly for purposes of business, but did not know their identities.”

Young Buck is currently free on $100,000 bond, after he was indicted in March for being a convicted felon in possession of a handgun.

Police found the weapon in August, as federal agents raided his home over a $300,000 tax dispute with the IRS.