Rapper must forfeit guns held before Little Rock shooting
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) -- A Tennessee rapper who pleaded guilty to a weapons charge in Arkansas after he was arrested with a gun following a shooting at a Little Rock nightclub is being ordered to surrender his weapons.
A federal judge on Wednesday order Ricky Hampton, who performs as "Finese2Tymes," to give the government two pistols and ammunition.
Hampton pleaded guilty in March to possessing a gun at an eastern Arkansas club about a week before the July 1 shooting at Little Rock's Power Ultra Lounge. He was performing at the Little Rock club on July 1 when the shooting that injured 25 began and was not charged in that shooting.
Hampton faces up to 10 years in prison for possessing a gun at an eastern Arkansas club about a week before the shooting in Little Rock.