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Judge declines to jail Chief Keef for 'no credible evidence'

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Over and over, prosecutors have tried to put Chicago rapper Chief Keef behind bars for allegedly violating his probation.

Yesterday, the 17-year-old musician managed to stay out of jail again.

Chief Keef had to appear before a judge after it was alleged that he had moved without telling his parole officer. But the judge found "no credible evidence" of his being in Northbrook, as sources alleged.

Chicago Sun-Times' Frank Main has the latest.

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