More details are emerging from the murder of rapper Chinx. The hip-hop cold case may have been cracked last week when two men were arrested for murder. According to the New York Police Department, the 31-year-old Queens rapper was gunned down while in his car over what’s being described as a six-year prison feud.
Lt. Richard Rudolph, Commanding Officer of the Queens South Homicide Squad, tells XXL that the suspects “hunted” down Chinx (real name Lionel Pickens Jr.). He says that 32-year-old Quincy Homere and 26-year-old Jamar Hill murdered the rising rap star over a feud that took place when Chinx was incarcerated. Chinx and Homere were both at Rikers Island and apparently fought each other on Sept. 27, 2009.
“We’re not exactly sure what the fight was about but our perpetrator Quincy probably got the worst of it and he wanted to get back at Chinx,” Rudolph says. Homere is
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A box containing bones and teeth has been discovered inside a shed by a home in Missoula, Montana, according to Fox2 Detroit. Police confirmed that the remains belong to three children 10 and under. Now, over 2,000 miles away, a family in Michigan is bracing for news that it may be what is left of Andrew, Alexander and Tanner Skelton, three brothers who vanished in 2010.
Nothing previously has linked the three children to the state, but the Michigan State Police have been working with the authorities in Missoula to see if the parts belong to the three young boys, WXYZ Detroit reported. Now, police and the boys’ family are awaiting the results of forensic testing.
In the meantime, their mother posted a statement, both on her front door and to Facebook.
Andrew, Alexander and Tanner vanished from their Morenci, Michigan home seven years ago, the day after Thanksgiving. According
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