Second suspect arrested in murder of rapper XXXTentacion, sheriff's office says

Second suspect arrested in murder of rapper XXXTentacion | Miami Herald

Second man faces charges in fatal shooting of South Florida rapper XXXTentacion

Florida police say they have arrested one of the men who they believe shot and killed rapper XXXTentacion last month. Detectives state that Boatwright is a gunman in X's murder, and are now searching for a second shooter.

Boatwright was initially arrested last week on an unrelated drug charge, investigators said. Both of the suspects fled in a dark-color SUV.

A third man, identified as 22-year-old Robert Allen, remains a person of interest in the case and is sought for questioning, authorities said on Wednesday.

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Onfroy was taken to Broward Health North in Deerfield Beach, where he was pronounced dead. Officials say they are still on the hunt for another gunman. Allen is also wanted in Broward County on a felony warrant for violation of probation for possession of PVP (flakka) and carrying a concealed firearm. No tint violation ticket was issued or even referred to again on the report, but the report claims Boatwright dropped the marijuana being rolled on his lap when he got out of the vehicle. While at the BSO Main Jail Tuesday, detectives served him with an arrest warrant for a charge of first-degree murder, authorities said. Cops had said Allen was on surveillance video at the motorcycle shop in Pompano Beach where XXX was shopping before he was brutally gunned down. An open casket viewing of the performer that was held at the BB&T Center in Sunrise drew massive crowds of young mourners. The arrest comes a few weeks after Dedrick D. Williams was arrested and booked for first-degree murder.

Anonymous tips leading to an arrest are eligible for a reward of up to $3,000.

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