Juelz Santana flees New Jersey airport after TSA finds gun on him

Rapper Juelz Santana bolted from Newark Airport after he was caught trying to get a gun through security Friday

The Port Authority Police Department detectives are now looking for the Dipset rapper.

Santana reportedly took off running after agents noticed the.38-caliber handgun in the bag passing through an X-ray at a security checkpoint, a Transportation Security Administration spokeswoman said.

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When the gun was located, the "There It Go" rapper reportedly ran from the airport and may have jumped into a cab before he could be detained.

PAPD detectives are looking for him.

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This will be Juelz third run-in with the law on a weapons-related charge. Police from Totowa, New Jersey said they were told Juelz will be turning himself in Sunday morning around 9 a.m., according to a report from the South Passaic Daily Voice.

In May 2015, a music video shoot involving Santana and fellow hip-hop heavyweights Busta Rhymes and French Montana was raided by cops, who recovered a trove of guns and drugs.

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LaRon Louis James, 36, better known by his stage name Juelz Santana, is an American rapper and actor, from the Harlem.

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