The Cincinnati Police Department has refuted all reports of any major breakthrough in the Philant Johnson homicide case. "There have been no arrests in this case and there are no warrants pending," Cincinnati Police Public Information Commander Lt. Mark Briede told sources.
Because the May 2006 case is still under active investigation, the Cincinnati PD is unable to provide any additional details at this time.
"Our investigators don't discuss their investigations unless there is a major development or an arrest," added Media Liason Fran Cihon.
Earlier this week, reports surfaced that Cincinnati police had two people in custody and were close to arresting the person who shot Johnson to death in May 2006.
Johnson was shot and killed on a stretch of I-75 in Cincinnati after an argument between unknown individuals and members of T.I.’s entourage at Club Ritz.
The assailants open fired on a van in T.I,’s entourage, striking and killing Johnson, 26 and wounding three others.