ARLINGTON, Texas — This story has been updated with information about an arrested suspect.
An Arlington rapper who goes by the name BL Double was arrested Thursday in connection with a shooting in Arlington that left four people hurt overnight Wednesday, Arlington police said.
According to police, the shooting occurred sometime around 12:30 a.m. at Temptations Arlington's Lounge on the 3700 block of South Cooper.
BL Double, neé Christopher Griffin, 31, shot into a crowd at the bar and then got into a white BMW that was parked at the location, according to the arrest warrant.
A security guard who witnessed the incident said he saw a fight precede the shooting. While he was breaking up the fight, he saw Griffin fire "four or five" shots into the bar.
Three people were shot as a result.
One person was taken to a local hospital in a private car, while two other victims arrived at different hospitals on their own, officials said.
A fourth person went to another hospital after being hit by debris from the shooting, according to police.
All four victims are expected to survive, according to police.
The security guard witness was able to identify Griffin in a police lineup, and the rapper was arrested on an aggravated assault with a deadly weapon charge. He was booked into Arlington city jail at 2:44 Thursday and is still in jail. A bond amount has not been set yet.
The shooting is currently under investigation.
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