The person thought to have killed Trouble, the Atlanta-based rapper, has finally surrendered himself to the authorities. The name of the suspect is Jamichael Jones.
Allegedly, Rockdale County police have gotten in touch with the suspect who is ready to turn himself in. Actually, the county’s sheriff’s office announced they were on the way on Monday (yesterday) night to bring the 33-year-old murder suspect into their custody.
Trouble was Visiting a Woman at the Apartment Complex
The rapper’s body was found at an apartment complex at about 3.00 am in the early hours of Sunday. Rockdale County police officers reported that he had a gunshot wound and was lying on the ground. They took the deceased to the hospital where the doctor pronounced him dead on arrival.
The rapper’s real name is Mariel Orr. The authorities have established that Trouble had gone to the apartment to visit a woman when the incident happened. They believe the suspect killed Trouble after shooting him once in his chest when he found the deceased at the apartment of his ex-girlfriend.
Announced Dead at the Hospital
“What we know and what I can tell you is that with Mr. Mariel Orr which is the victim was visiting a female friend at the complex and Mr. Jamichael Jones did know the female and it was a domestic situation,” Rockdale County Public Information Officer Jedidia Canty said. “I know there are a lot of people that are really upset right now about the situation.”
Different rappers have shared their condolence messages on social media. His family and friends have also paid tribute to him online. The news of his demise rocked the hip-hop world on Sunday when the information was made public. There has also been a lot of debate online regarding how and why he died.
The suspect is a Serial Offender
Apparently, killing Trouble is not the only issue the suspect has with the authorities at the moment. Reportedly, he has had several run-ins with the police recently. The police have many arrest warrants for the suspect due to various crimes he has committed including home invasion and assault charges.