According to The Sun, the teenager was sprung with cannabis in his backpack after fed up neighbours dobbed him in.
The arrest occurred on September 28.
The publication claim residents in North London, where Rocco lives, have grown tired of his behaviour and called the cops when they spotted him "smoking or doing drugs" on a wall with a friend.
As the officials walked towards the teenager, it's claimed he threw something away. They proceeded to search his backpack before discovering a small portion of the Class B drug.
"Rocco has become a well-known figure in the neighbourhood and not for the right reasons. He’s been repeatedly seen acting suspiciously," an insider told The Sun.
“This incident was the final straw. Local residents are fed up with him acting in this manner and called the police," the source added.
Rocco was reportedly taken to the Camden Borough’s Youth Offending Team. As it's his first offence, it's alleged he won't receive a criminal record.
It's been a tumultuous few months for Madonna and her son to say the least.
The Queen of Pop was embroiled in a itter custody battle with her ex-husband and Rocco's father, Guy Ritchie, over the teen's living arrangements.
After months of unrest, it's believed Rocco will remain in London with Guy and Madge is allowed regular visits.
This story originally appeared on Woman's Day Australia
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