(CNN) — Former swat noble Marion “Suge” Knight and comedian Micah “Katt” Williams were arrested Wednesday, indicted of hidden a photographer’s camera final month.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s bureau pronounced any male was charged with one count of robbery. The purported incident, involving a womanlike photographer of celebrities, took place Sep 5 outward a studio in Beverly Hills.
Knight, 49, faces adult to 30 years in jail given he has a before self-assurance for attack with a lethal weapon. Williams, who was arrested when he showed adult during justice for a opposite attack case, faces a limit of 7 years. Knight was arrested in Las Vegas.
Prosecutors pronounced they will ask for Knight’s bail to be set during $1 million and for a $75,000 bail for Williams, 43.
Beverly Hills Police are still questioning a case, authorities said.
CNN reached out to member for both group Wednesday night but evident success.
Knight founded a successful Death Row Records in 1991, signing artists such as Snoop Doggy Dogg (since afterwards famous as Snoop Dogg and Snoop Lion) and Tupac Shakur.
Knight was pushing a automobile in that Shakur was a newcomer when a rapper was shot to genocide in Las Vegas in 1996.
Shortly afterward, Knight spent several years in jail for violating release on attack and weapons convictions. That jail time — along with Shakur’s death, feuds between Knight and a series of rappers and desertions by Dr. Dre, Snoop and others — contributed to a label’s failure in 2006.
In August, Knight and dual other people were shot while inside a celebrity-filled Sunset Strip celebration hosted by thespian Chris Brown on a eve of a MTV Video Music Awards.
Williams began his career as a stand-up comic, gaining courtesy in 1999 for his mostly raunchy comedy bar appearances. Television appearances on a BET network led to some-more success.
His 2006 HBO special “Katt Williams: Pimp Chronicles Pt.1″ lifted his form even higher.
He has acted in several movies, including Eddie Murphy’s “Norbit,” and his voice is featured in several renouned cartoons, including “The Boondocks.”
CNN’s Lorenza Brascia and Sonya Hamasaki contributed to this report.