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Published On: Sun, May 5th, 2013

New video confirms rapper Xstrav arrested after police confronted him drinking tea

A recent YouTube video captured an security guard accusing a 24-year-old man of drinking alcohol in the parking lot of a liquor store, and then subsequently arresting him for trespassing. Critics cried that the video was staged, but a second clip has landed on the Internet which confirms the arrest and his upcoming court date.

Christopher Beatty and his friend Tony Brown (aka rappers Xstrav (Xstravagant) and Tino Brown) waited for their friend in the parking lot of the Cumberland County ABC Liquor Store in Fayetteville, North Carolina, a plainclothes officer walked up to them demanding to know what Beatty was drinking.

UPDATE: The officer is with the Cumberland County Alcoholic Beverage Commission, an ABC officer.  He is not an employee with the N.C. Department of Public Safety, nor with the state Alcohol Law Enforcement division.

North Carolina man debating with officer that he drinking tea

North Carolina man debating with officer that he drinking tea

There was some confrontation over the drink (Arizona Half & Half Iced Tea) which led to the officer telling Beatty he had to leave the property even though he repeated he was waiting for a friend and they were going to make a purchase.

The officer quickly flashes his badge and without reading him his rights or divulging the charge for which he was making the arrest, the security guard begins handcuffing Beatty in the parking lot.

Beatty was arrested for 5709 Misdemeanor Second Degree Trespass 14-159.13 and 5310 Misdemeanor Resisting Public Officer 14-223. His court date is scheduled for June 6, 2013.

Sources have also confirmed that the security officer who made the arrest was affiliated with the NC Department of Public Safety’s Alcohol Law Enforcement division.

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- Roxanne "Butter" Bracco is the Pittsburgh Correspondent, but will be providing reporting, insights and interviews for the Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio and West Virginia regions. Contact Roxie aka "Butter" at theglobaldispatch@gmail ATTN: Roxie or Butter Bracco

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  1. John D says:

    The last sentence in this story is incorrect. The officer is with the Cumberland County Alcoholic Beverage Commission, an ABC officer. He is not an employee with the N.C. Department of Public Safety, nor with the state Alcohol Law Enforcement division.

  2. Your Name... says:

    This was not an ALE agent. It is an ABC officer.

  3. Your Name... says:

    Looks like an ABC officer not an ALE Agent

  4. If you feel you have been treated improperly by an ALE employee, or if you have a significant concern regarding the actions of an ALE employee, please call, write or visit:
    Alcohol Law Enforcement Division
    Attn: Professional Standards
    4233 Mail Service Center
    Raleigh, NC 27699-4701
    (919) 733-4060

  5. Joseph says:

    Looks staged, but I think someone would be i trouble if those are real Cop Cars and they are using this to slander Cops names.

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