Chief Keef arrested minutes after pleading guilty to speeding charge
Chicago rapper Keith Cozart, better known as “Chief Keef,” was arrested Monday minutes after pleading guilty to speeding down the Edens Expressway at a 110 miles an hour last month, on his learner’s permit.
The judge gave the 17-year-old 18 months probation and 60 hours of community service, and ordered him not to drive.
Cozart’s lawyer says he was blocks away from the courthouse when police detained him on a misdemeanor trespassing charge.
Cozart is back in police custody.
His lawyer says she believes police were waiting for him to leave the Skokie Courthouse.