CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson's live-in grandson, 20-year-old Frank Q. Jackson, appeared in court Monday morning for an arraignment for a felony handgun charge in a torn Budweiser and Cleveland Cavaliers T-shirt.
Jackson, who will turn 21 in December, was arrested June 9 and charged with a felony for having a handgun without a concealed carry permit, according to records obtained by our investigative team.
The charge is a fourth-degree felony by the Cleveland Metropolitan Housing Authority Police.
Jackson remains out on personal bond until his next court proceeding, after indictment.
The mayor released the following statement about the incident:
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