Good news for Snoop Dogg – a petition to end the rapper’s probation early was granted in court yesterday (May 26).

The West Coast legend originally received 60 months probation in 2007 for alleged drug and weapons possession, but according to TMZ, he only completed 49 months before a judge waved away the rest of the sentence on Thursday.

In 2006, police allegedly discovered cocaine, marijuana and a gun in Snoop’s car after he was arrested outside NBC studios following a performance on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.”

Attorney Donald Etra said he’s “pleased” about the positive outcome. —Lauren Carter