Game Arrested On Weapons Charges

Rapper was pulled over Saturday in Burbank, California.

The Game was arrested in Burbank, California, over the weekend for possession of a deadly weapon.

The Compton rapper, born Jayceon Taylor, was pulled over for a traffic violation in the Los Angeles suburb on Saturday around 9 p.m., according to a Burbank Police Department spokesperson. While searching his car, police found brass knuckles.

Further details on the arrest were not released because the case is still under investigation, but police did say no one else was arrested in connection with the rapper.

The Game was released on $20,000 bail and is due in court in approximately 30 days.

Last month, an arrest warrant was issued for the rapper in Greensboro, North Carolina, after he missed a court date relating to disorderly conduct and resisting-arrest charges from October (see "Warrant Issued For The Game After He Misses Court Date").

He was also sued last month, along with Snoop Dogg, by a fan who claims he was beaten up by the rappers' handlers during a concert (see "Snoop Dogg, Game Sued For Alleged Onstage Beating").

And the Game, who is working on his second major-label release (see "Game Working On The Dr.'s Advocate With ... You Guessed It ..."), sued Koch Records in March over a record dispute (see "Game Sues Koch Over Release Of His Early Recordings").