A DJ for Jack Harlow has actually been charged with murder in a shooting at a Louisville club.
On Tuesday (May 11), Ronnie Tyshon O’Bannon, likewise referred to as Ronnie Lucciano, was arraigned on charges of murder and damaging physical proof in the fatal shooting of Kasmira Nash.
According to The Associated Press, Nash, 37, was operating at Vibes Dining establishment and Ultra Lounge throughout a celebration for the Kentucky Derby in the early hours of Might 1 when the shooting occurred. Cops stated the mom of 2 passed away at the scene from a gunshot injury. Another male victim was shot and required to the healthcare facility with non-life-threatening injuries.
O’Bannon turned himself in to Louisville City Cops after a warrant was provided for an arrest. He belongs to Harlow’s Personal Garden musical group and began DJing for Harlow on his very first trip in 2018.
The “WHATS POPPIN” rap artist was seen on video near O’Bannon in the club throughout the shooting, reports WDRB News. The video footage appears to reveal a dispute getting physical prior to a single shot was fired.
O’Bannon is anticipated to plead innocent to the charges. “I’m confident he’ll be exonerated,” his lawyer, Rob Eggert, informed WDRB.
The victim’s relative were distressed with the club for letting O’Bannon in the structure. “They knew there had been an altercation prior to this with this same DJ, so he was not supposed to be allowed back in the club,” stated Nash’s mom, Kathy Davis. “… I felt like he should have been removed or they should have taken my daughter and told her to go home.”
O’Bannon is being held at the Louisville City Department of Corrections on $500,000 bond. An arraignment is set for May 17.