Atlanta man surrenders in shooting of Lil Wayne's tour bus
ATLANTA- Police in suburban Atlanta say a man accused of shooting at rapper Lil Wayne's tour bus has surrendered and is being held without bond.
Cobb County police spokeswoman Alicia Chilton says Jimmy Carlton Winfrey of Atlanta is being held in connection with the shooting on March 26. County sheriff's records say Winfrey surrendered Tuesday afternoon.
Authorities have said shots were fired at the rapper's tour bus as it traveled on a metro Atlanta interstate after a concert at an Atlanta club. No injuries were reported in the shooting.
Sheriff's records say Winfrey is facing several charges including criminal damage to property, terroristic threats, aggravated assault and reckless conduct.
Jail records don't show an attorney on file for Winfrey.
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