Migos members Quavo and Takeoff had just finished a show at Appalachian State University in Boone, about two hours north of Charlotte. As they were driving away from the concert, campus security officials reportedly noticed the smell of marijuana coming from their tour bus. Police subsequently stopped and searched the vehicle on NC Highway 105. Along with the marijuana, 26 ounces of codeine and an undisclosed amount of Xanax pills were seized.
Jharon Ahmad Murphy, a 26-year-old from Georgia, was charged with felonly possession of marijuana with intent to sale/deliver and misdemeanor possession of a Schedule V controlled substance, according to local outlet Greensboro News & Record. Cleveland native Daryl Irvon McPherson faces misdemeanors for possession of marijuana and codeine, and Dominic Kevin Spigner, also of Georgia, faces a misdemeanor charge for possession of Xanax.
The third member of Migos, Offset, was not at the concert last night for unknown reasons.
Formed in Georgia, the Grammy-nominated trio is on the road supporting their latest album, Culture II. In the coming months, they’ll make appearances at a number of festivals, including Coachella next weekend, Miami’s Rolling Loud, New York’s Panorama, Ireland’s Longitude, and Barcelona’s Primavera Sound.