Suspects Arrested In 2016 Meek Mill Concert Shooting

Toyota Oakdale Theatre
– Toyota Oakdale Theatre
More than 18 months later, two people were arrested in connection with the shooting after a Meek Mill concert outside the Toyota Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford, Conn., Dec. 30, 2016.
A 23-year-old and a 33-year-old are being charged with first degree manslaughter and other counts in connection with the lethal shooting of Travis Ward and Jaquan Graves, and the injury of two others. Bail for the younger suspect was set at $1 million.
Three lawsuits have already been filed in relation to the case, the last representing Dylan Thomas, who was wounded in the shooting. He alleged negligence on the part of the venue, Meek Mill, and Live Nation in not preventing the shooting.
Police told the Associated Press the shooting didn’t appear to involve Meek Mill.
Meek Mill had his petition for a new trial in his decade-old drug and gun charges denied last month. The artist remains free on bail for parole violation.