According to The Tennessean police became suspicious of the rapper and his entourage when a car traveling with him fled and tried to evade police.
Officers curious about the identity of the run-away driver and company became suspicious of Buck when he said he was traveling with the men for business but did not know their identities. That answer was not good enough for Federal prosecutors. U.S. Magistrate Judge Joe Brown gave the Nashville MC until today (June 15) to give up those names.
Buck is currently out on bond for a 2010 charge of being a convicted felon with a gun, an offense that carries a maximum of 10-years-in-jail. No date is set for when the rapper is expected back to court. —Mike Hennix