Kemar Highcon May Face 5 Years in Jail for Allegedly Stolen BMW
Dancehall artist Kemar Highcon faces a maximum of 5 years in jail if found guilty of grand theft auto charges in Florida. Highcon, also known as Sauceboss, was arrested on May 5 in Broward County after being stopped by the police while driving a 2014 red BMW that was reported stolen. He was the only occupant of the car at the time of his arrest. According to the police report, Highcon was cooperative during his arrest and waived his Miranda rights. He has since been granted a $500 bond and released from custody. Although he has not made any public statement about the incident, sources close to the American citizen and artist say he has hired an attorney and is confident he will beat the charges, which they say was an honest mistake. Highcon rose to fame in 2018 with his hit song “So Saucy” and is known for his unique dancehall style.