Howard “Keon” Wright, 31, who served as Yo Gotti’s road manager and vice president of CMG, has admitted his role in a shooting at the 2016 CIAA Tournament in Charlotte, NC, Bossip reports.
Wright was driving a Nissan Altima when he unloaded 40 to 50 shots into the lobby of a Hyatt and two occupied vehicles. Police stopped his vehicle, and Wright exited the car and ran with a rifle and a handgun along with him.
He later dropped his weapons and was arrested and charged.
Wright was sentenced to 10 to 14 years in prison after pleading guilty to five counts of discharging a firearm into occupied property, discharging a firearm into an occupied a vehicle in operation, conspiracy to discharge a firearm into an occupied dwelling, eight counts of discharging a firearm into an occupied dwelling and misdemeanor carrying a concealed gun.
Kevin Thompson, another co-defendant, also pled guilty to numerous gun charges. Derek Bolton, a third co-defendant, went to trial and was found not guilty of the charges.