After a shooting in the court parking lot, a rising Bronx drill artist was recently taken into custody. Dougie B, real name Arion Howard was taken into custody at the Bronx County Hall of Justice on March 31, after shots were fired from the courthouse’s parking garage. He was due to appear in Bronx Supreme Court at 2:15 p.m. for an unrelated drug case.
Details of the altercation remain hazy, but New York Daily NewsThe incident occurred just before noon on Thursday, March 31, in the E. 161st St. Parking Lot of Bronx Supreme Court. This happened just as lawyers and other court employees were about to leave for lunch break. According to reports, one shot was fired. The cause of the gunfire is unknown, but it was reported that one shot was fired. New York PostLocal police reported that there was a collision. The shooting occurred after a group began to argue with each other. One group chased the other until a black man pulled out a gun and fired one shot.
Witness told the story New York PostYou can find more information at “group of guys were arguing and all of a sudden I heard a gunshot. So crazy because right in front of the Bronx Supreme Court? What did they think was going to happen? They weren’t getting away.”
After the gunfire, more than a dozen court officers quickly responded to the scene. At least two of the court officers were armed. Dougie B, along with three other men, were taken into custody. Video of the arrests was captured and shared on social media. According to reports, the musician, who was sitting in the street with his hands tied, said: “Y’all keep doing this to me, bro.”The Thursday shooting resulted in no injuries and no charges were filed.
The arrest of the rapper came just one day after he recorded a music video featuring Cardi B. HipHopDXAccording to reports, the two shot the music video for Kay Flock’s upcoming remix. “Shake It”In their home borough, the Bronx. Kay Flock is currently in jail on murder charges. In December, the rapper surrendered to police and was charged with murder as well as criminal possession of weapons. He was also accused of murdering Oscar Hernandez (24 years old) outside a Harlem barbershop.