Four men indicted in Xxxtentacion killing

Four Men Indicted In The Slaying Of XXXTentacion

4 indicted in Florida shooting death of rapper XXXTentacion

He was already in jail after he had been arrested on drug charges five days earlier.

Police have only arrested two of the men, Dedrick D. Williams, 22, and Michael Boatwright, 22, reports the Sun-Sentinel. A dark colored SUV cut him off as he left the store on June 18, according to an affidavit of an arrest warrant of one of the men indicted in the killing. Not long after exiting the shop, he returned to his auto which was parked near the store.

On Wednesday, June 18, a Broward County grand jury indicted four men involved in the mid-June murder of a local rapper as he exited a Deerfield Beach business. Investigators believe Boatwright and Newsome were the two who actually approached Onfroy's auto and shot him. A store clerk said Williams purchased a black neoprene mask and that he recognised Williams as a repeat customer, according to the warrant.

Surveillance video of the scene at Riva's shows Allen and Williams together shortly before the robbery, the warrant states. That crash, a hit and run at 3100 NW 19th Fort Lauderdale, happened three hours after the robbery. Williams is understood to have told police that he was at the motorcycle shop but did not know of the plan to rob anyone.

When BSO detectives hit Williams' vehicle and home with search warrants, Boatwright's arrest warrant claims, they found the orange sandals, a live.22 caliber round of the same brand as the casings found around the BMW and a loaded.38 caliber gun.

Also on Boatwright's phone: On June 29, he searched for information on "accessory to murder". Allen went by the nickname "Big Rob", according to a witness.

Trayvon Newsome (left) and Robert Allen (right) are wanted by police.

XXXTentacion was born and raised in Plantation, Florida. "He had released two full-length albums during his brief career - "17" in 2017 (via Empire) and "?" in 2018 (via Caroline/Universal Music Group) - as well as a number of mixtapes and one-off tracks.

Several rappers took to social media to mourn the rising rapper's death last month, including Big Sean and Kanye West.

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