Fugitive hip-hop mogul arrested on drug charges
NEW YORK (AP) — A fugitive hip-hop mogul recently linked by an inmate to a shooting that wounded Tupac Shakur has been arrested in a drug case.
Federal authorities said Tuesday that Drug Enforcement Administration agents had arrested James Rosemond on cocaine-dealing charges.
The arrest follows accusations last week that Rosemond, owner of Czar Entertainment, was involved in a mid-1990s ambush of Shakur outside a Manhattan recording studio. The allegations were attributed to Dexter Isaac, who is serving a life sentence in an unrelated murder-for-hire plot.
Rosemond's lawyer has denied his client had any involvement in the shooting.
Shakur was gunned down two years later in Las Vegas in a slaying that remains unsolved.