YouTube Sensation Rapper Pleads Guilty to Federal Charges in Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA: A South Los Angeles rapper entered a guilty plea to a federal crime on Monday. The rapper had several videos uploaded to YouTube and has received millions of views.

In downtown Los Angeles, Trevor Hurd, who is known by his stage moniker Crip Mac, entered a guilty plea to one federal count of being a felon in possession of ammunition to commit the offense. The defendant might likely face a term of up to ten years in prison for the charge.

In federal court in Los Angeles, the sentencing hearing was scheduled for July 22 by United States District Judge Dale S. Fischer.

According to the court records, Hurd was taken into custody by United States Marshals in December in state court. This occurred shortly after a judge in Los Angeles County decided to dismiss gun charges to allow federal prosecutors to take up the case.

According to the indictment, Hurd was discovered in possession of ten rounds of ammunition and a handgun that did not have a serial number. This type of handgun is usually referred to as a ghost gun.

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Since 2014, Hurd has been arrested on felony charges five times, and he has been convicted of at least one of those offenses since then, according to the document. According to the indictment, the accusations include two arrests for being a felon in possession of a firearm, attempted armed robbery in the second degree, grand theft, and transportation of a controlled drug. It also includes the allegations of grand theft.