On April 16, 2019, Brookhaven Police Officer James McArthur observed a silver Acura fail to stop at a stop sign at the insertion of Durden Drive and Blair Circle in Brookhaven, Georgia. A search of the National Crime Information Center (“NCIC”) database revealed that the vehicle’s license plate was not associated with a valid insurance policy and Officer McArthur conducted a traffic stop.
The driver of the uninsured vehicle was Raymond Edward Scott. Known for having founded The Source magazine, Scott — aka Benzino — previously starred on “Love & Hip Hop.” He is the subject of the Eminem diss track “Nail in the Coffin,” and was made famous on Real World Police after we exposed his hourlong racist tirade against Asian police officer Travis Nguyen.
McArthur informed Scott of the reason for the traffic stop and asked whether he had he had valid insurance. Scott replied he should
and that the vehicle was insured through his co-signer Daryl Brown. Their policy was allegedly through Geico, and — surprise — Scott doesn’t drive the car.
The one he was pulled over while driving.
Officer McArthur contacted
Geico and found that Daryl Brown had multiple policies on a variety of vehicles. He also found that every one of them had expired. Geico informed McArthur that Scott had previously been a policyholder on the car he was driving, but it had expired nearly one year prior.
The vehicle was towed and Scott was cited for driving a vehicle without insurance.
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