Los Angeles police are considering whether to file charges against Snoop Dogg for riding to Tuesday's BET Awards with armed bodyguards. As a convicted felon, the rapper-turned-Doggy Fizzle Televizzle host is prohibited from possessing firearms or hiring armed security. In related news, three members of Snoop's posse were arrested outside the awards show; two of the men were wanted for unidentified misdemeanor charges and the third on a parole violation.