Florida state police have arrested a suspect in the murder of rapper Dwayne Casea Oprea, better known as XXXTentacion. Reported by the Daily News.
Information was confirmed by the police captain of the district of Broward Robert Hackenberg.
The suspect, 22-year-old Dedric Dee Williams, was charged with first-degree murder. He also violated parole.
He had previously been arrested for possession of cocaine, weapons, domestic violence and assault. He was also convicted for vehicle theft.
Recall that the rapper was shot in the street on June 18 in Miami. Police in the U.S. Broward County reported that the signal of the shooting was received at 15:57 (23:47 CET).
It is reported that twenty-year-old contractor received a gunshot wound, when he went from his own motorcycle to the car. Onfroy fell into a coma and later died in hospital without regaining consciousness.
As reported in local police, the attackers were two black men. They wore specific, faces covered with masks of red.
According to eyewitnesses, before the attack, the attackers stole from the car XXXTentacion bag Louis Vuitton. After the shooting, they fled in an unknown direction in a black Dodge Journey.
It was also reported that the funeral XXXTentacion outgrown in mass riots. Fans outraged by the inaction of law enforcement agencies concerning the investigation of the murder
It is reported that the memorial evening began peacefully, but then, when it was a big crowd, started to be created “chaos.” Many are unhappy with alleged police inaction in the murder of musician.
Fans of the rapper jumped into the crowd from the roofs of buildings, smashed Windows, some threw at police stones and bottles. According to media reports, police fired rubber bullets. Some time after that, the crowd gradually began to disperse.
Trayan Markevich has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Quebec Times, Trayan Markevich worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.