A second man has been taken into custody in XXXTentacion's murder case.
According to TMZ, the man's name is Michael Boatwright. On July 5, the 22-year-old was arrested on a drug charge, then five days later was served with a warrant for first-degree murder.
Police say Boatwright was a gunman in the shooting, and they're still looking for other suspects.
Boatwright's criminal past includes several drug arrests and a battery charge. He's also had several mental competency charges. When he was taken into custody on July 5, police learned that there was a DNA warrant out for him.
The Broward County Sheriffs' Office has yet to make an official statement about the arrest, but they probably will soon.
Last month, police arrested 22-year-old Dedrick Williams in the case and charged him with murder. They've also declared that Robert Allen is a person of interest but haven't found him yet.