Law enforcement sources say Too Short will not have worry about felony drug possession charges.
In the midst of a hectic week and series of unfortunate events, Too Short finally gets a break.
Law enforcement sources have told TMZ that the rapper will not be prosecuted for felony drug possession.
On Wednesday (March 20th), Short Dog was arrested for driving under the influence. He was filmed trying to escape police, and was taken to jail. Police later said they found drugs on the rapper.
Now, the L.A. County District Attorney has rejected the felony drug case because police only found a small amount of drugs, apparently meth.
Because the rapper does not have a felony record, the District Attorney has sent the case to the City Attorney for misdemeanor review.
Too Short claims that the drugs were not his, and that they were left in the police car by the prior arrestee.