NBA Youngboy’s Texas home was targeted in a SWAT raid, resulting in three men
being arrested and multiple weapons being seized.
SWAT officers had a warrant to search the property, said a spokesperson for the
Harris County Sheriff’s Office.
The rapper, real name Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, owns the home and it’s where his
mother, Sherhonda Gaulden, lives. It’s unknown if his mother was home when cops
Neither Gaulden nor his mother was arrested, however, cops say the three men were
are associates of the rapper.
The men, Roymellow Williams, Daryl Brown and Carleon Gallien, were arrested on
multiple charges from aggravated robbery to aggravated assault, as reported by TMZ.
Thomas Gillian, the spokesperson for the sheriff’s office, said the arrests were related
to the November shooting of a 20-year-old man.
The man was shot multiple times in the head and body but cops say he survived and
is now out of the hospital.
The weapons seized by the SWAT team included AR-15s, pistols and long guns.
Gaulden was released on bond from federal prison in October after serving time after
cops found a firearm in the back of a car he was driving.
The rapper was released on $1.5million bail and has to serve pre-trial house arrest in
Under the house arrest deal his lawyers struck, Gaulden will have to hire a private
security team of former members of the military, as well as wearing a GPS monitoring
His release will allow him to continue recording music from a home studio.
“I’m really, really happy for him,” Gaulden’s attorney Drew Findling told Rolling
Stone after the decision. “This is the right result. It’s a fair result.
He added: “I’m extremely overwhelmed with gratitude at the result of last week’s
hearing and think this was the just decision.”