Suspect Identified In Fatal Nipsey Hussle Shooting

Sheriff's deputies may have apprehended Eric Holder, the 29-year-old suspect wanted in connection with the shooting death of Nipsey Hussle.

Hussle was fatally shot on Sunday outside Marathon Clothing, the store he founded to help rebuild his troubled South Los Angeles neighbourhood, police said.

Per security cam footage, Hussle and a number of other people were in the parking lot, and sources say that the suspect retrieved a gun and opened fire after having a heated conversation with the late rapper.

The chief called on Holder to surrender.

Moore, speaking at a news conference that was being broadcast live, said he was confident that Holder was watching. Moore and the president of the city's Police Commission had been scheduled to meet with Hussle on Monday to discuss the relationship between the police force and the inner city.

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Authorities have been reviewing surveillance videos and talking to witnesses in an effort to put together a sense of what happened and also identify Hussle's killer.

Eric Holder, the suspect named by police in Nipsey Hussle's murder investigation. Dozens of police officers cleared the memorial site. Fire officials said two were critically injured, one of whom was stabbed and another of whom was hit by a auto.

An autopsy completed Monday showed that Hussle was shot in the head and torso. Two other people were wounded in the shooting, police said.

The information regarding Holder comes mere hours after a vigil was held for the rapper, born Ermias Asghedom outside of the shopping strip he owned.

  • Michelle Webb