Monday, 24 September 2018

Rapper Chief Keef's home burglarized by three people and one opens fire on police

Rapper Chief Keef's home burglarized by three people and one opens fire on police

A trio of burglars targeted Chief Keef's Tarzana, California home Sunday, with one opening fire on police officers.

The burglary occurred Sunday night at around 11:15 p.m., TMZ reported, as plainclothes officers saw a pair of men jumping over a fence and sought to speak with them.

According to reports, Officers on patrol spotted two men jumping a fence from a backyard in the neighborhood at about 10 p.m. and confronted them. One of the suspects fired a shot, but none of the officers were hit or returned fire.

The 23-year-old rap artist, whose real name is Keith Farrelle Cozart, was in the home during the time of the attempted heist, the outlet reported but was not aware of the intruders.

One of the burglars had entered the home and was in the process of stealing money prior to their confrontation with authorities, police sources told TMZ.

At that point, one of the suspects opened fire on the police but did not hit anyone, CBS2 reported. Officers did not shoot back but did call for enhanced support in the form of additional officers and K9s.

Following an exhaustive search that spanned from about 11 p.m. to 4 a.m., two of the suspected burglars were apprehended and arrested, with one brandishing a firearm when they were taken into custody in connection with burglary and weapons charges, the outlet reported.

The suspect, who is still at large, escaped with the help of a getaway car, TMZ reported.

One suspect was injured in a confrontation with K9 officers and was taken to a nearby medical facility via ambulance, according to CBS2.

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