STATESVILLE, NC (AP) – Charges will not be filed in the shooting at the home of rapper DaBaby in North Carolina, police said Thursday.
Troutman police said on social media that the investigation into the April 13 shooting was completed, news agencies reported. Investigators reportedly consulted with the Iredel County Attorney’s Office to determine the charges.
Debbie and at least one other person were in the house when the shooting occurred on the evening of April 13, Troutman Police Chief Josh Watson told the Associated Press. But Watson did not say who was shot and who did the shooting, citing an investigation at the time. According to him, the injuries of the unidentified wounded are not life-threatening.
The shooting was the latest in a series of incidents involving DaBaby, whose real name is Jonathan Kirk. In 2019, he pleaded guilty to charges of carrying a concealed weapon after a deadly shooting at Walmart in Huntersville, North Carolina, south of Troutman. He was not charged with shooting.
Last year, the Grammy-nominated rapper was arrested after he took a loaded gun to an upscale store on Rodeo Drive.
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