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Monroe man second arrest in Lil' Snupe murder

Posted: Updated: June 25, 2013 10:44 PM
Tony Holden turns himself in // Source: Winnfield police Tony Holden turns himself in // Source: Winnfield police
Source: Winnfield Police, Edrick Stewart Source: Winnfield Police, Edrick Stewart
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WINNFIELD, La. (KNOE 8 News ) - Update: Winnfield Police have made a second arrest in the continuing investigation of the homicide death of Addarren Ross, aka "Lil Snupe". 

18-year-old Ross of Jonesboro, LA, was pronounced dead at Maplewood apartments in Winnfield after a shooting incident in the early morning hours of June 20th.  Ross was a recording artist signed to the Dream Chaser label, a protégé of Meek Mills.  He was buried in his hometown on June 29th.

Tony Holden had turned himself into authorities on June 25th in connection with Ross's death. He was booked into the Winnfield City Jail for charges of 1st Degree Murder, Armed Robbery and Illegal Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon.  He is being held at another facility. Bond has been set at $2 million.

On July 3, Winnfield Police booked Edrick O. Stewart, age 21, of Monroe, LA, into the Winnfield City Jail, charged with Manslaughter.  Bond has not been set.  No further details are available.

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UPDATE: The man wanted in connection with the murder of Addarren Ross, also known as rap artist Lil' Snupe, is in custody.

Tony Holden turned himself in to Winnfield Police Tuesday morning at 10:15. Holden is in the Winnfield City Jail charged with first degree murder armed robbery and illegal possession of a firearm by convicted felon.

News release from Winnfield Police: 

Winnfield, LA----Tony Holden, wanted in connection with the murder of Addarren Ross, aka "Lil Snupe" of Jonesboro, Louisiana last Thursday, turned himself into authorities this morning at 10:15 am. 

Winnfield's Chief of Police Johnny Ray Carpenter and Assistant Chief Russell Jones were able to take Holden into custody without incident.

He has been booked into the Winnfield City Jail for charges of 1st Degree Murder, Armed Robbery and Illegal Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon.  There has been no bond set as of this time.

Investigators continue to probe the early morning shooting that resulted in Ross's death.

Previous Story: 

JONESBORO, La. (KNOE 8 News) - The funeral of Addarren Ross, the rapper known as Lil Snupe, has been announced for Saturday, June 29.

The funeral will be held at the Jonesboro-Hodge High School Auditorium at 11 AM.

Police officials are still searching for Tony Holden who is wanted in connection with the crime.  

Police say that Holden should be considered armed and dangerous.

Ross was shot twice early Thursday morning in Winnfield after an argument over a video game.  

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