Eye Witnesses Identify Car Make In January Rick Ross Shooting
While no arrests have been made, a police report confirms more than one witness has come forward with information regarding the shooter's car and possibilities of more than one gunman.
New information has identified what is believed to be the shooter in the January drive-by shooting attack on rapper Rick Ross. A new Fort Lauderdale Police Report has revealed that witnesses have contacted authorities to reveal what they witnessed on the morning of January 18.
The Huffington Post reports that two witnessed identified an older model burgandy or marron BMW sedan or coupe pulling alongside the Maybach Music Group founder's Rolls Royce Phantom. Witnesses have been unable to identify a license plate number, but three or four suspects are believed to have been in the shooting car.
Eighteen bullet casings were discovered following the shooting, which forced Ross' to wreck his vehicle. Neither the rapper nor his passenger girlfriend, Shateria L. Moragne-el, were injured.
To date, no arrests have been made following the shooting. Rick Ross previously dismissed his knowledge of any suspects.