Snoop's Probation Ends Early
Snoop Dogg got some time chopped off his five year probation plan yesterday, when a judge waived the remaining 11 months from the rappers restriction period, according to TMZ.
The probation stems from a 2007 drug and weapons possession charge. In 2006, the rapper was arrested after performing on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno outside NBC studios.
During the arrest officers reportedly discovered marijuana, cocaine and a gun in Snoop's vehicle. The Dog Father was originally given 60 months of probation but a judge waived the remainder of the sentence Thursday.
Snoop's lawyer Donald Etra says the Snoop camp is “pleased” with the outcome.