UPDATE: P&P obtained the official warrant for the incident, which states that Thug threatened to shoot the victim in the face at a mall. The victim is reportedly Mr. Chris May, who is the Director of Security at the Perimeter Mall where the incident took place on July 7. The threat from Thug was reportedly made as he was being escorted out of the mall for unknown reasons. Check out the full warrant below.
Young Thug was arrested this morning by U.S. Marshals, who were carrying out an outstanding warrant for terroristic threats issued by the Dunwoody police department. Thug was taken in by officers without incident around 6 a.m., and will now be transferred to the DeKalb county jail to await his initial court appearance and bond hearing.
It's unclear at this time what exactly happened in the first place, or when the incident initially occurred in the Northern Atlanta area. “Williams was wanted on an outstanding warrant charging him with terroristic threats stemming from an incident that occurred with the jurisdiction of the Dunwoody police,” Jim Joyner, who is a spokesman for the U.S. Marshals, said in a news release. We will continue to update this story when more details are made available.