Fresno rapper accused of selling drugs across from Roosevelt High School

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A self-proclaimed Fresno rapper was booked into jail after getting arrested for allegedly selling drugs right across the street from a school.

Police say Joshua Fong has been dealing drugs out of a home near Roosevelt High School in Southeast Fresno. He was arrested on Tuesday at that residence, where police say they also found guns and other stolen items.

A video posted to YouTube a few years ago shows Fong rapping inside the Fresno County Jail, threatening to kill people, including Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer. Investigators say he has a long criminal history.
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