Two weeks after XXXTentacion‘s death, police are still searching for suspects wanted in connection to the rapper’s fatal shooting. Little is known about those involved, but the Broward Sheriff’s Office issued a statement today (July 3) that Robert Allen, a person of interest in the murder of XXXTentacion, is wanted on a felony warrant for violating a probation agreement.
Allen is accused of carrying a concealed firearm and possessing the synthetic drug PVP, commonly known by its street name, flakka. “Broward Sheriff’s Office homicide detectives continue to seek the whereabouts of 22-year-old Robert Allen as a person of interest in the XXXTentacion murder case,” the office said.
Authorities previously arrested Dedrick Williams in connection to XXXTentacion’s tragic shooting and charged the 22-year-old with first-degree murder. Williams has pleaded not guilty. The rapper, born Jahseh Onfroy, was reportedly shot inside his vehicle outside a motorsports dealership in Deerfield Beach, Fla. on July 18.
Williams’ arrest warrant, released by the Broward County Clerk, identifies him as the driver of a vehicle that pulled in front of X’s car. Two other people allegedly hopped out of Williams’ car, and the gunman, or gunmen, shot Onfroy and left the scene with what is believed to be a stolen Louis Vuitton bag.
Allen hasn’t been named as one of the shooters, but police believe he’s a person of interest in the shooting. Broward police have enlisted the U.S. Marshals to help track down the two outstanding suspects.
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