By Shannon Carlin
Three people were injured in a shooting after a Nas concert near Denver, Colorado.
A spokesman for the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office said the three victims were found in a car at 6th Avenue and Kalamath Street at about 11 p.m. by Denver police. All three victims were taken to the hospital with gunshot wounds, but were listed to be in stable condition.
After the three victims were found, the venue was shut down, with no one being allowed in or out of the park. The police reportedly then began searching the cars of concertgoers.
It’s been reported that two other passengers were in the car of the victims and are helping with the investigation.
The Denver Post’s story, features a photo of Schoolboy Q in handcuffs being led to a police car by the cops. The story itself makes no reference to the detainment of the rapper who hit the stage hours before.
According to Complex, Schoolboy was detained at 7th Avenue and Kalamath Street in Denver, the same area in which the three shooting victims were located.
Photos of the TDE rapper in handcuffs being led to a police car by the cops later surfaced on Twitter.
One person was detained as Denver Police investigated a triple shooting after a concert at Red Rocks Thursday night. http://t.co/Nfa7oeMHz4—
Karl Gehring (@karlgehring) June 20, 2014
Here is a better picture of the man detained at 7th & Kalamath. Jefferson County SO is taking over investigation. http://t.co/rZO2lLkhqE—
James Dougherty (@Dougherty7NEWS) June 20, 2014
But according to the Jefferson County Sherriff’s Office’s Twitter page—along with the Denver Post—has reported that no official arrests have been made in conjunction with the shooting as of yet.
Schoolboy Q has yet to respond to news of the detainment, but did post a photo of him and Nas before the show.
Wit THA G.O.A.T ESCO http://t.co/QoOcawNG22—
ScHoolboy Q (@ScHoolBoyQ) June 20, 2014