Mortis then allegedly began firing a handgun. In 2015, he opened for T-Pain at the Capitol Hill venue City Hall. A subsequent test of DNA on the hat connected it to Mortis, who had previously been arrested for aggravated robbery. 10 shooting. (Photo by Ryan Ford, courtesy of Steven Buggs)
Denver police used DNA evidence to identify and arrest a suspect in the fatal October shooting of Denver rapper Boss Goodie (real name Tyrone Adair Jr.) outside of RiNo night club Cold Crush. Adair had apparently helped security remove two men — including Mortis — from the building. 10. Related Articles
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UPDATE: Cold Crush set to reopen tonight at 7 p.m. Harold Mortis, 27, is being held for investigation of first-degree murder in the slaying of the 29-year-old artist. According to the affidavit, witnesses told investigators there was a fight inside Cold Crush just before the shooting. Adair died of a gunshot wound to the head. Jesse Paul contributed reporting to this story. A warranted search of Morris’ residence found .40-caliber ammunition that matched the brand and caliber of the six shell casings found at the scene of Adair’s killing. Denver police have arrested Harold Mortis as a suspect in the shooting. 1 and is being held at Denver’s downtown jail in lieu of bail. Records show Mortis was arrested Dec. A booking photo of Mortis was not available at press time. According to an arrest affidavit provided to The Denver Post on Wednesday, Denver police used witness testimony to connect Mortis to a baseball cap left inside Cold Crush on the night of the Oct. Adair was an up-and-coming rapper in Denver. An unidentified witness told investigators that Mortis then went to a car, wrapped a T-shirt around his head, and walked back toward the club, police said. Tyrone Adair Jr., aka Boss Goodie, was fatally shot outside of the RiNo club Cold Crush on Oct.