Takeoff’s Murder Suspect Tried To Get Emergency Passport: Report

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When Patrick Clark, or DJ Pat, was arrested, he was found to have a large sum of money and was prepared to flee to Mexico. 

After the news that Takeoff's alleged killer has been arrested became public, more information is being shared. The public was puzzled why it took so long for the police to make an arrest in the case. Reports claim that Takeoff was at a private event with Quavo in Houston when a verbal altercation occurred. 

Someone pulled a gun and opened fire, hitting Takeoff, who was described as an "innocent bystander" by police. Akademiks states that "According to court documents, Takeoff's alleged killer Patrick Clark (DJ Pat) applied for an emergency passport days after killing Takeoff and booked a flight to Mexico". “When the police arrested him, he had a large amount of cash on him. 

Prosecutors say he is a bail risk. Reportedly DJ Pat is a household name in Houston music circles, and the Akademiks update arrived after the Houston PD held a press conference. It's unclear how Takeoff's alleged killer is connected to the group that also attended the event where the rapper was fatally shot. 

As previously reported, Michael Burrow further stated that I can tell Takeoff was not involved in the dice game, he was not involved in the argument that took place outside, he was not armed, he was an innocent bystander,” HPD Sgt. 

He suggested that the investigation needs more witnesses willing to speak to authorities. He further stated that many leave the crime scene without giving a statement to the police,” said Burrow. “It is important that these people come forward.” KHOU 11 News also reported that the mayor of Houston pleaded with the public to help with the investigation. “I don't give anyone a chance. 

If you were there and you saw something, and you know something, you don't get a pass," Mayor Sylvester Turner said. “There are many young people, and I will be even more specific, many people of color who are killing other people of color. And it has to stop, it has to stop.” We'll keep you updated as a statement from Clark's attorney is due in the next few days.

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