Another one of XXXTenatacion’s alleged murderers has been taken into custody after being arrested by U.S. Marshals in Georgia.
Robert Allen was arrested Wednesday in rural Georgia and according to jail records, he’s currently being held in Dodge County. The Marshals Fugitive Task Force reportedly found him at his sister’s home in Eastman, GA.
U.S. Marshals in Georgia tracked Allen to the small town of Eastman in rural Dodge County, southeast of Macon.
Marshals surveilled the house and peacefully took Allen into custody after determining he was inside, Edgar told the Telegraph, calling the arrest “uneventful.”
Allen’s arrest leaves just one suspect at large in the brutal daylight killing of XXXTentacion, as Michael Boatwright and Dedrick Williams, have been arrested. 20-year-old Trayvon Newsome remains at large.
In charging documents, prosecutors have laid out a robbery gone wrong as the motive behind XXXTentacion’s death and described following a social media trail of clues to track down the culprits behind the case.
The day of his murder, XXXTentacion visited a local bank branch and withdrew $50,000 in cash, which he stuffed into a Louis Vuitton bag. It’s still not clear how the foursome that set out to rob him knew where the rapper was headed, but their plan was clear: Block XXXTentacion’s car as he left Riva Motorsports and then snatch the bag full of cash.
But after stopping his BMW i8, the robbers also shot the young musician multiple times, leaving him dead in the front seat of his luxury car.