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Antoine Dodson

ARRESTED

Too Loud for His Own Good

9/26/2011 4:45 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

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Antoine Dodson -- the guy who famously warned "They rapin' errbody out here" -- was arrested in Huntsville, AL yesterday after cops say he was BLASTING music wayyy too loud.

According to police, Dodson was stopped at 6:20 PM and issued a warning for violating the local noise ordinance -- but during the incident, cops ran his name and discovered there was a warrant out for his arrest.

Cops say Dodson failed to appear in court after he was popped for marijuana possession back in April -- so the officers arrested him on the spot and hauled the "Bed Intruder" singer to a nearby station.

According to jail records, Dodson was released after posting $516.00 bond.

Calls to Dodson have not been returned.

26 COMMENTS

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1.

anony    

Talk about getting raped....he better hopes he stays out of prison.

1034 days ago
2.

Delaware D    

I'm already making a "Free Antoine Dodson" tshirt. i'm about to a millionaire, yo!

1034 days ago
3.

CountryGal    

Good, keep him in jail.

1034 days ago
4.

theblackman    

No trust me.. he would enjoy jail

1034 days ago
5.

Roshawn Burse    

Let him stay in jail because it looks like he still going to the ghetto. that is the downside of being famous lookin like that mess right there.

1034 days ago
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Lisa    

Why do people support these ghetto celebrities? They are morally and ethically challenged and do not care about anyone but themselves.

1034 days ago
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Gloria Unread    

I wonder when music legally goes from being acceptably loud to wayyy too loud, and how that's proven in court. Do cops carry a decibel meter, or is it left up to the officer's discretion? Because things left up to one person's discretion can be fought *very* easily...

1034 days ago
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max    

I was scrolling down and for a split second after seeing the picture thought this was a story about TMZ's own Charles Latibeaudiere.

1034 days ago
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cindy    

I still don't know who that is.

1034 days ago
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Carl    

So it looks like it is better to be an attempted rapist in Alabama than it is to do a little pot or play your music loud since the rapist is still on the loose.

1034 days ago
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bunny    

How come nobody does anything about noise until people like this are targeted? Seriously, the police don't give a damn about people torturing their neighbors with music at a high level, that legally should obtain a permit. Police do not help anyone and find noise complaints a nuisance. The police must be trying to find a way to make it to a TMZ story.

1034 days ago
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Pockets    

I'm pretty much with Carl on this, Alabama is free to rapists but has got the marijuana and noise disturbance on lock.

1034 days ago
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janet    

Who are these people?

1034 days ago
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XpLzT Xpl0rAtioN    

sad part is they think it sounds great but they dont hear every lil thing on the car vibrating and distorting the sounds making it ****ty.the best is when you can hear all the junk in the cars trunk shaking around..hahahah.the music in the car is def*****hetto thing!Id like to see alot of these jerk offs have to sell all that equipment and actually pay child support for once instead of fancying up the hoopty.

1034 days ago
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Tammy    

There's a noise ordinance in effect at 6:20pm?! I think 9pm and after is understandable, but 6:20?

1034 days ago
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