On Friday, York County police confirmed. Two men are in custody in connection to the death of South Carolina rapper 18veno. The 19-year-old rapper was inside of a home. Piedmont Medical Center pronounced 18Veno dead shortly after.
20-year-old Khalil Lahenra Robinson is facing voluntary manslaughter charges. The Winnsboro, South Carolina native currently has no bail. The Second assignment is, 22-year-old Christopher Lamont McCollough. He now faces drug-related charges. McCollough’s direct involvement in 18veno’s murder is unclear.
Additional charges are currently pending for both cases. “After weeks of diligent investigation, our detectives believe these are the people responsible for the unnecessary death of Paul Harts,” Sheriff Kevin Tolson said.