A man was charged Friday in Napa County Superior Court with multiple felonies a day after police found a gun and methamphetamine in his car at the Wal-Mart Supercenter parking lot in American Canyon, according to court records.
Brandon (B-12) Rodegeb , 36, of Benicia was booked at 2 a.m. into the Napa County jail. He was charged Friday with methamphetamine possession, possession with a firearm and possession of a concealed firearm, police said.
B-12 was co-founder of the Urban Music Division of the now Defunct, Bayside Distribution along with his mentor Rob Nonies and C.E.O. Mark Viducich. B-12 and company would sell over 6 Million albums and become the #2 indie distributor in the country during his tenure at Bayside, paving the way for alot of the current players in today’s rap market.