Don Omar Must Make Court Appearance
The singer will face a judge after alleged drug and firearm possession three years ago
Newspaper El Nuevo Día reports that Don Omar will have to make an appearance before the Puerto Rican Supreme Court after being arrested on Sept. 7, 2004, by drug-enforcement officers in Carolina, Puerto Rico.
The reggaeton star, 30, was parked in his Hummer with two friends when officers Neftalí Molina and Arnaldo Hernández Blanco approached the three, who were allegedly smoking marijuana and in posession of a gun. The singer now faces charges of drug possession and gun-law violations as a result of the incident.
While trying to resolve his legal issues, Don Omar continues to prepare for his 2008 wedding with his fiancé, Jackie Guerrido.