Judge issues arrest warrant for rapper DJ Quik

Judge issues arrest warrant for rapper DJ Quik
Thursday November 27, 2003

FONTANA, Calif. (AP) Rapper and producer DJ Quik is wanted by San Bernardino County authorities for allegedly storming into his sister’s home and repeatedly punching her in the face.

A $50,000 arrest warrant was issued by Fontana Superior Court Judge Barry Plotkin this week after county prosecutors charged Quik, whose given name is David Martin Blake, with burglary and assault.

The alleged attack happened Nov. 2 at the home of his 42-year-old sister, said Fontana police spokeswoman Dawn Rowe.

Court records show Blake, 33, entered the home in Fontana with at least two other men while his sister was asleep. The woman told police that Blake made comments about family problems before punching her in the face.

She told officers she broke free and ran. One of her two children, who witnessed the attack, told investigators that Blake brandished a gun and searched for the woman around the house before he finally left with the other men in an Infiniti SUV.

The woman suffered a cut lip, swelling on her face and other cuts and bruises, police said.

Blake released his first album, “Quik is the Name,” in 1991 and became known for his dirty lyrics that examine gangster life in his Compton hometown. He has also produced songs for rappers such as Kurupt and Xzibit.

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