Shooting for justice, aiming for convictions.
Nearly four months after Pop Smoke’s death, four individuals, including two teens have been charged in the connection with the rapper’s murder.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced Monday (July 13) that Corey Walker (19) and Keandre Rodgers (18) were charged on what investigators believe the killing occurred during the commission of a robbery and a burglary, making them eligible for the death penalty.
The two other defendants, ages 17 and 15, were each charged as juveniles with one count of murder and robbery in juvenile court.
On July 9, the individuals were taken into custody after the Los Angeles Police Department issued warrants earlier in the day.
In February, Pop Smoke was fatally shot at a gathering inside a Hollywood Hills residency after four gunmen opened fire. Initially ruled as a home invasion robbery, security footage indicated the incident was a target hit.