CLEVELAND - Cuyahoga County Sheriff's deputies said they received a tip from the Cleveland Police Department that Stanley Howse, more commonly known as Flesh-N-Bone from Cleveland group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, was performing at the House of Blues Sunday night.
Deputies entered the House of Blues and observed Howse on stage with the intent to arrest after the concert.
According to police, Howse recognized that deputies were watching him and called the crowd up on to the stage, then attempted to exit off to the side under cover. He was restrained by a deputy while other deputies and Cleveland police entered to assist.
Howse was wanted on warrants for domestic violence with a firearm specification and felonious assault with a firearms specification. The warrant was for an incident in October 1998 where he allegedly hit his mother with a gun.
In the attached video clip, courtesy of NewsChannel5 viewer Dan Nolan, you’ll see Euclid Avenue swarming with police officers coming to arrest Howse.
Howse has a criminal past. He was sentenced to several years in California for another incident involving a gun.
As the crowd left, they booed police.
Howse remains at the Cuyahoga County Jail.
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