Police in DeKalb County accepted to MTV News that the declared ballista was Anthony Tyrone Terrell Jr., who is Deleston's son. Terrell, 17, is currently actuality captivated and is actuality answerable with three counts of annihilation and three counts of aggravated assault, the AJC reported.
An adumbrative with the rapper's label, Atlantic Records, had no comment.
Deleston, 39, was an extra who appeared in locally produced films, as able-bodied as a seven-and-a-half-year adept of the Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office, according to the paper.
Terrell waived his first court hearing, where he would have been formally notified of the charges against him, on Friday (February 29), a Gwinnett County Magistrate Court clerk told the AJC. Defense advocates Lyle Porter, who could not be accomplished Friday, has been assigned to represent him.
"Investigators interviewed Mr. Terrell, and as an aftereffect of the interview, there was abundant apparent account to allegation him with the annihilation of his mother and two sisters," a badge spokesperson, who said the motive for the shootings, was still beneath investigation, told the paper.
In 2003, Gwinnett County badge issued an arrest accreditation for Juvenile because they said he hadn't been advantageous for his daughter's adolescent support.
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