DC rapper who opened fire at Tysons Corner Center turns himself in, police say

The DC rapper wanted by police after opening fire in Tysons Corner Center is in custody, Fairfax County Police said.

Noah Settles turned himself in at the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center yesterday evening (Wednesday), county police tweeted.

Settles, who is known as rapper No Savage,  got into a dispute with another group, displayed a firearm and fired multiple rounds at the shopping center, police said. While no one was injured by the gunfire, some shoppers were injured while they attempted to flee and hide after hearing gunshots.

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