A man who’s allegedly part of Tekashi 6ix9ine’s crew has been arrested for the April 21 shooting at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Police apprehended Fuguan Lovick on Sunday (May 6) and booked him for first-degree reckless endangerment, according to TMZ.

6ix9ine’s entourage allegedly got into a shoving match with “Don’t Run” rapper Casanova’s crew while attending the Adrien Boner vs. Jessie Vargas fight. During the incident, cops believe someone in the DAY69 artist’s camp fired a shot. No one was injured in the shooting, but a .32 caliber shell casing was reportedly recovered at the Barclays.

Tr3way, the manager of 6ix9ine, was originally believed to be the shooter before police determined Lovick was their suspect. A source close to 6ix9ine claims Lovick has no affiliation to him or Tr3way, who remains under investigation for another shooting that took place before the boxing event.

In the aftermath of the shooting, 6ix9ine was reportedly banned from the Barclays Center and lost $4.9 million headphone deal.