Transcript for FBI seizes drugs, guns from private plane after rapper's sudden death
New details now on the sudden death of rapper juice world. Police saying drug, guns and prescription codeine were all found on the 21-year-old's plane just moments before his medical emergency. Alex Perez is at Chicago midway airport with more. Good morning, Alex. Reporter: Hey, good morning, robin. This all unfolded at the part of the airport where private planes land. We now know officials were working from a tip when they met the plane. Reporter: This morning we're learning more about the night rapper juice world died just a short time after his private jet landed at Chicago's midway airport. We now know investigators working on a tip had actually met the aircraft to search it for firearms. Law enforcement along with the police dog discovering in the luggage six prescription bottles of suspected liquid codeine, three guns and 41 bags of marijuana reportedly weighing 70 pounds. TMZ obtaining this image of what they claim is the luggage as investigators searched the plane, the rapper whose real name was Jarad Higgins began to have a medical emergency. Seizures. We have an ambulance inside the atlantic airport. Reporter: According to TMZ the rapper may have ingested several painkillers in an attempt to hide them from authorities. Authorities telling us they administered two doses of narcan that can counteract an overdose before he was rushed from the airport to a hospital where he later died. Now, authorities say there were no name tags on that luggage and drug charges have not been filed in this case. Officials are now conducting further toxicology tests to determine what exactly may have caused the rapper's death. Michael. All right, thanks so much. Now we turn to the tributes
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