Three adult suspects have been identified in the Feb. 19 murder of rapper Pop Smoke during a home invasion at his rental property.
Police identified the adults as Corey Walker, 19, Keandre D. Rodgers, 18, and Jaquan Murphy, 21. The names of the two juveniles were withheld. Their bail was set at $1 million each.
Walker and Rodgers were booked on suspicion of murder, Murphy was charged with attempted murder.
Pop Smoke, real name Bashar Jackson, was best known for his 2019 gangsta anthem "Welcome to the Party." A remix featured Nicki Minaj.
One of the suspects told police photos Jackson posted on social media revealed his address. One photo showed a male flashing a large amount of cash.
The suspects used their car's GPS navigation system to lead them to Jackson's rental house in the Hollywood Hills.