4 Men Arrested By DJ Khaled, the Brother-In-Law, the Murder of

HipHop News Posted on October 31, 2018 at 5:41am

4 Men Arrested By DJ Khaled, the Brother-In-Law, the Murder of

A suspect remains free.

Bronx, NY – Four men have been arrested in connection with the murder of DJ Khaled, the brother-in-law Jonathan Tuck.

According to the united States Department of Justice web site, Luis Semiday, Richard Jimenez, Kevin Cross, Ira Lawson and Curtis Hines have been accused on charges of robbery, conspiracy, theft and murder through the use of a firearm..focused on the ad {

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Tuck, the younger brother of Khaled wife, Nicole Tuck, was killed in the Bronx last February. He was reportedly trying to buy marijuana when he was shot in the face.

"As alleged in the Indictment, the defendants planned and carried out the violent armed robbery of a distributor of marijuana in the Bronx," Manhattan U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman said. "In the course of that robbery, 25 years, Jonathan Tuck was killed.

"Thanks to the extraordinary efforts of the police department and Special Agents of our Office, five defendants now face charges for his role in these terrible crimes.

The Commissioner of the NYPD, James P. O'neil added, "We have zero tolerance for crime and violence of any kind in our city, and new Yorkers in every neighborhood deserve to feel safe on our streets. Today, these five men are properly accountable for their actions – including, tragically, ending the life of a man."

Jimenez, Cross, Lawson and Hin


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