Attorney Bradford Cohen said his client had three criminal charges dismissed by the State of Florida, TMZ reported Thursday. The charges were handed out following a raid in January and include possession of a weapon or ammunition by a delinquent, child neglect, and grand theft of a firearm.
Kodak was arrested at his Florida home on Jan. 18 by Broward County sheriff's deputies. The raid, as previously reported, was shown in an Instagram Live broadcast. Additional charges related to the raid, including weed possession, remain intact.
Cohen previously filed legal documents aiming to depose several officers involved with the raid and resulting arrest. He questioned the absence of body cam footage and the department's use of a gang task force, with the filing possibly leading to the future depositions of three involved officers.
Kodak, who has continued to release new music amid ongoing legal troubles, was indicted last October in South Carolina for first-degree sexual conduct. According to WPDE, Kodak allegedly assaulted a "teenage girl" at a hotel while in Florence for a show. He has been ordered to make no contact with the victim or their family and is required to refrain from discussing the allegations on social media or in interviews. A violation of those terms, per Florence County's Twelfth Circuit Solicitor Ed Clements, could result in a revoked bond.