Bone Thugs' Flesh-N-Bone Surrenders To Police

Feb. 12 [10:00 EST] -- Stanley Howse, better known as Flesh N' Bone from Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, reportedly turned himself in to police in Los Angeles this week to face charges stemming from a 1993 arrest.

According to reports, Howse has been a very high-profile fugitive for the last four years, but he will now serve a five-month jail term, which he began at Los Angeles' Men's Central Jail.

A spokesperson for the band told reporters that Howse was simply tired of running form the law, and decided to surrender.

No word yet on how the jail time will affect plans for a new Bone Thugs-N-Harmony album, due later this year.