Jagged Edge's Kyle Norman Turns Himself In

Singer faces charges relating to drugs, guns found in his home.

Jagged Edge's Kyle Norman turned himself in to the DeKalb County sheriff's office on Wednesday morning (September 3), surrendering almost a week after officers turned up an assortment of drugs, weapons and cash during a sweep of his Decatur, Georgia, home.

The R&B singer, accompanied by his attorney, reported to the county jail around 10 a.m., according to a sheriff's office spokesperson. Norman was booked and sent to wait in jail until his arraignment Wednesday evening.

Norman was not in Decatur when DeKalb authorities arrived at his home Thursday to serve him with an arrest warrant for his part in a local theft ring. Instead, police discovered a 13-pound bag of marijuana, two guns and $6,000 in cash (see "Jagged Edge Member A Wanted Man").

Seven people on the premises were arrested and were arraigned on Monday. All will face another hearing on October 24. It is not known what their specific relationship to Norman is.

Norman is expected to face an array of felony charges related to the marijuana as well as the original charge that he was the recipient of stolen property.