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Adding pain to an already hurtful situation, two security guards, Henry Dean and Christopher Long were arrested on gun charges following the death of Chicago rapper Juice WRLD. According to the Chicago Tribune, both men worked for the late rapper and were arrested at Midway airport.

The newspaper states both men were charged with misdemeanors for carrying three guns, with metal-piercing ammunition and a high-capacity magazine. While it was legally held by the security guards in the Tate of Illinois, it was illegal to have them at the airport. Two of the guns captured were 9mm pistols and the third a .40 caliber pistol. Dean received the charge for the ammo and magazine, Long for unlawful use of a weapon.

Juice WLRD passed away from a seizure as he landed in Chicago. He was pronounced dead minutes after arriving at an area hospital.