The man wanted in connection with the murder of Lil’ Snupe, Tony Holden, is in custody after turning himself in to police, a new report claims.
Tony Holden, who was wanted in connection with the murder of rap artist Lil Snupe on June 20, reportedly turned himself in to Winnfield Police on June 25 at 10:15 a.m. He’s currently in the Winnfield City Jail, where he’s been charged with first degree murder, armed robbery and illegal possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Lil Snupe Killer In Custody? — Murder Suspect Turns Himself In
Despite Tony’s arrest, officials continue to investigate the tragic shooting that resulted in Snupe’s death, KNOE.com reports.
Snupe was allegedly shot twice on June 20, in Winnfield, after an argument over a video game.
Chief of Police Johnny Ray Carpenter and Assistant Chief Russell Jones were allegedly able to take Tony into custody without incident. He voluntarily turned himself in.
Lil Snupe Killed — Family Friend Speaks Out On Young Rapper’s Death
“His mom is not doing very well. This was her only child. She had [Lil Snupe] when she was only about 14 or 15. They had a very hard life. That’s why so many people were rooting for him. She’s not doing very good. The community is really helping her. The community and the outpour that we’re giving her is really helping a lot,” a family friend tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively.
The funeral of Lil Snupe, whose real name is Addarren Ross, will take place on Saturday, June 29.
We’re saddened by this horrific crime, but we hope Snupe’s family can find some sort of peace now that the rapper’s alleged murderer has been arrested.
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