Nocap, the rising rapper behind "Ghetto Angels," has turned himself in to Alabama police, Fox 10 reports and police records confirm. He is charged with firing a gun in an occupied building, possession of a controlled substance, and felony violation of probation. NoCap's sister Briana Crawford is also charged with shooting into an occupied building and reckless endangerment.
Police claim the rapper born Kobe Crawford fired shots inside of a home in Mobile, Alabama on September 8. "The victim and another subject were involved in an altercation that turned physical," Sgt. LaDerrick DuBose of the Mobile Police Department said of the incident. "That subject then summoned for Mr. Crawford to show up. Mr. Crawford showed up, arrived on the scene, and the victim fled into the house. Mr. Crawford then fired shots into the house and then he fled with his sister." No one was hurt, and two warrants were issued for NoCap's arrest.
A representative for NoCap declined to comment when reached by The FADER.