A photograph of ScHoolboy Q being taken into custody has begun circulation on the internet.
A shooting has taken place in Denver, Colorado, this morning (June 20th) following a concert featuring performances from Nas, ScHoolboy Q, and Flying Lotus. Occurring in the parking lot outside of the concert venue, the shots fired resulted in three injuries. Reportedly found by Denver police, the victims were immediately transported to local hospitals to receive care.
A photograph of ScHoolboy Q being taken into custody has been circulating the internet in wake of the accident. The photograph was taken by Denver Post photographer Karl Gehring, who confirms via Twitter that it was taken immediately after the shooting. However, according to the Jefferson County Sherriff's Office's Twitter page, no one has been taken into custody at this point. The Denver Post is also reporting that no arrests have been made.
As of now, none of the artists who performed have responded to the shooting.
Red Rocks shooting occurred AFTER the concert, in the parking lot, not in the amphitheater. No one in custody. Park is closed. #JCSO— Jeffco Sheriff (@jeffcosheriffco) June 20, 2014
Wit THA G.O.A.T ESCO pic.twitter.com/QoOcawNG22— ScHoolboy Q (@ScHoolBoyQ) June 20, 2014
[Update: Schoolboy Q's car was shot at during the incident]
The Denver Post now reports that the shooting targeted an SUV carrying Schoolboy Q and three others, which was driving away from the Red Rocks Amphitheater when a gunman fired on it at approximately 10:25 PM. Q was not injured, but all three other passengers sustained gunshot wounds, one of which was treated and released from the hospital, and the other two sustaining "not life-threatening" injuries.
Previously-leaked photos of Schoolboy Q being detained by the police show the vehicle being stopped after it ignored police pursuit, which began as it left the venue. He was not arrested and isn't a suspect in the shooting, as authorities are still searching for the suspected gunman.