LITTLE ROCK, Ark.- A look first hand at 19-year-old Tyler Jackson as he's being booked in the Pulaski County jail.
Little Rock police believe he was the first person to fire a gun inside the Power Ultra Lounge on July 1st.
Jackson was transferred from the Faulkner county last week, where he was booked on separate charges.
Police say Jackson is responsible for shooting three victims and firing six other times.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - The Little Rock Police Department (LRPD) has announced a second arrest in the July 1st shooting at the Power Ultra Lounge nightclub in downtown.
The suspect was identified as Tyler Jackson, 19, of Little Rock, during a Wednesday afternoon news conference at LRPD headquarters. Watch full news conference below.
Twenty-eight people were injured in the incident which occurred in the early morning hours during a rap concert featuring artist Finess2Tymes.
On July 18, the LRPD arrested the singer's bodyguard Kentrell D. Gwynn, 25, of Memphis, in the case. He remains behind bars at the Pulaski County Regional Detention Facility and is facing 10 counts of Aggravated Assault.
Police say Jackson was responsible for shooting three of the victims who were wounded and firing six other shots in the incident.
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