Less than 24 hours after the near-death Young Dolph shooting, police have arrested a man on suspicion of attempted murder. New details surrounding the graphic attack have surfaced across the Internet.
According to a new report, a man in his early 40's has found himself in handcuffs over potential involvement in the gunfire.
Corey McClendon, 43, was arrested near Highland Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard shortly after the Tuesday afternoon attack and has been booked on suspicion of attempted murder, according to Det. Megan Aguilar, an LAPD spokeswoman. It was not clear whether McClendon fired the gun or was simply involved in the brawl that preceded the shooting near one of the city's most popular tourist destinations, Aguilar said. (Los Angeles Times)
Hollywood actor O'Shea Jackson has sent words of encouragement to Dolph following the near-death event.
Yesterday, a report surfaced about police considering rapper Yo Gotti as a person of interest.
Law enforcement sources tell us Gotti and Young Dolph were both staying at the Loews Hotel in Hollywood Tuesday when their crews got into some sort of disagreement. We're told just a short time later, shots were fired outside the hotel. Our sources say witnesses at the scene told officers Gotti was involved. (TMZ)
Earlier the same day, a California reporter confirmed Dolph suffered gunshot wounds.
LAPD CONFIRMS: Hollywood shooting victim-Rap Artist Young Dolph suffered multiple gunshot wounds. Taken to area hospital. @FOXLA
— Stephanie Stanton (@Newzysteph) September 26, 2017
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