The Feds have Kodak Black on his back foot.
According to TMZ, Federal prosecutors claim they are in possession of evidence linking Kodak Black to a March shooting taking place near his old stomping grounds in Pompano Beach. The report indicates that Kodak Black is likely to have played a direct role in the shooting, as his fingerprints figure on the gun that inevitably "jammed up" in the heat of the moment. They also found a Porsche Panamera (rented out to Kodak that week) abandoned 14 miles from the crime scene, in a total state of disrepair.
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Investigators proceeded to download the vehicle's (GPS) navigational components and were thus able to pinpoint the Panamera within the Golden Acres neighborhood when the shooting took place. To make matters worse, the Feds say they have witnesses to prove he was there.
A licensed arms dealer in Florida then provided authorities with a transcript of Kodak Black's purchase records at the store, indicating the sale of three weapons in total, and over 100 rounds of ammunition.
Among those purchases, a Sig MPX K 9mm pistol was then attributed to shell casings found at the crime scene. Kodak also copped a Mini Draco pistol and a Sig P238 .380 during the same visit to Lou's Police Distributors. However, those two weapons were not used during the shooting, according to authorities. Kodak's attorney Bradford Cohen has so far debunked the authenticity of these findings. "Witnesses came forward to us as well and stated they did not see Kodak Black at the scene that night," he expressed in a private conversation with TMZ.