Retired NBA star Shawn Kemp has been arrested for his alleged involvement in a drive-by shooting incident in Tacoma, Washington. However, recent reports suggest that Kemp may not have been the only shooter involved in the incident.
According to dispatch audio obtained by TMZ, officers were responding to a report of "two suspects firing shots at each other." This contradicts earlier reports that only one car was involved in the shooting incident.
Kemp, who played for the Seattle SuperSonics during his NBA career, was booked by police at 5:58 pm Pacific Time on Wednesday, but was released on Thursday afternoon. The alleged incident took place in the parking lot of a shopping mall, and it is believed that two cars were involved.
It has also been reported by Fox 13 that Kemp's car had been burglarized the day before the shooting incident, and that he had tracked his stolen property to Tacoma using his iPhone.
The details of the alleged incident are still emerging, and it is unclear what charges Kemp may face as a result. The incident is a stark reminder of the ongoing issue of gun violence in the United States, and the need for effective measures to address this problem.