Police are conducting ballistic tests to determine how many guns were involved in a fatal shooting inside a T.I. concert on Wednesday.
Police say Friday (May 27) those include an examination of a bullet removed from rapper Troy Ave‘s leg. The 30-year-old Brooklyn performer (real name: Roland Collins) was arrested on attempted murder and weapons charges. He’s still in a hospital.
Police say five 9-mm shell casings recovered at the scene belong to the same gun. They say no weapons have been recovered.
A spokeswoman for prosecutors says she doesn’t know when Troy Ave will be arraigned. It wasn’t clear if he had a lawyer.
One person was killed and three others injured Wednesday night when shots were fired inside a Manhattan concert hall where rapper T.I. was set to perform.