The report goes on to state, according to the Herald, that when the officer approached the driver's side of the SUV, the driver appeared to be asleep, and after waking up, he admitted to having about five drinks at a club hours earlier.
Trick Daddy had another run-in with the law. Cops say they saw him with bloodshot eyes and using slurred speech, so they conducted field sobriety tests. He also has a warrant for his arrest for driving under the influence. TD then allegedly refuse to offer a breath sample to determine how much alcohol might have been in his system.
Just as damning, when cops conducted a search of his belongings, they reportedly found a rolled-up dollar bill that allegedly contained cocaine residue.
Trick Daddy's bond was set at $5,000 on the cocaine possession charge and $1,000 on the driving under the influence charge.
The rapper was charged at the time with illegal firearm and ammunition possession by a convicted felon, cocaine possession, as well as driving with a suspended license. He has not been found guilty yet on either parts.
"He served more than two years in prison six years before the release of his 1997 debut album, 'Based on a True Story". Trick's "I'm A Thug" reached the top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2001 and he also created a dance sensation with his hit "Take It To Da House" featuring rap goddess Trina and The Slip-N-Slide Express. Trick starred in the 2009 film Just Another Day where he played the role of a drug dealer named Roman.
Last year, Trick Daddy was named among the main cast members on Love and Hip Hop: Miami franchise. On April 3, 2014, Trick Daddy was arrested at his home in Miramar, Florida, after police targeted his home as a grow house.