Police Close to Arresting Suspect in 2006 Shooting Involving T.I.

According to Atlanta radio personality Ryan Cameron, Cincinnati police may be close to arresting the triggerman in a May 2006 shooting that took the life of Grand Hustle employee Philant Johnson.According to Cameron, officials in Cincinnati have two suspects in custody. During his afternoon broadcast today (Mar 12), the V-103 host also announced that authorities are expected to issue a warrant for the arrest of a third individual, believed to be the shooter.Police have yet to respond to AllHipHop.com's request for a comment.The shooting in question took place along a Southbound stretch of I-75 in Cincinnati, and may have been the continuation of an earlier argument between members of T.I.'s entourage at Club Ritz.The Atlanta-based rapper and his crew were traveling in two vans. They were approached by two unidentified vehicles, which proceeded to open fire, leaving 26-year-old Johnson dead and three others wounded."I'm kind of like watching my life change right before my eyes," T.I. said at Johnson's funeral a few days later. "I'm figuring out whether or not I even want to keep doing this [stuff] right now. I don't know."