Detectives use facial recognition technology to find rapper in Wynwood shooting
After the fatal shooting on North Miami Avenue at Northwest 20th Street, Walker ran away. Aguilar said the Miami Police Department has been testing facial recognition software by Clearview.AI, a New York-based tech company founded in 2017 by a 32-year-old entrepreneur. Lynwood Walker was booked in Miami-Dade County jail on Wednesday to face charges in a Wynwood shooting. (Miami-Dade County)In the Wynwood shooting case, he is facing charges of second-degree attempted murder with a deadly weapon and second-degree murder. Walker was out on bond when the Wynwood shooting happened.
XXXTentacion Associate Tankhead666 Arrested in Fatal Wynwood Shooting
Last Friday, Jose Trimaine Jose was shot to death outside the popular Wynwood restaurant Kush. But late last night, police finally made an arrest and the Miami Police Department says a friend of deceased rap star XXXTentacion was involved. Twenty-seven-year-old Lynwood Walker III was arrested on unspecified charges for his involvement in the killing. Walker is better known to rap fans as Tankhead666, a SoundCloud rapper from XXXTentacion's Members Only crew. According to Miami-Dade court records, Walker is already facing felony domestic battery charges from an incident that occurred in November 2019.miaminewtimes.com
Police: Man, 27, arrested in Wynwood shooting leaving former UCF football player dead, man injured
MIAMI – Miami police detectives said Monday that Jose Trimaine Jose, a 6-foot-3 former University of Central Florida player, was killed in a Friday afternoon shooting in Wynwood. Jose Jose played football for Miami Central and Booker T. Washington high schools in Miami-Dade County and for the University of Central Florida in Orange County. (Local 10 News File)Jose also played high school football for Booker T. Washington and Miami Central. Jose Jose was a father of three in Miami-Dade County, relatives said. Walker, 27, had fled to another state, but detectives caught up to him and are bringing him back to Miami-Dade County, Delva said.