North Miami Police Seek Brisco For Assault
Rapper Brisco is being sought for the assault of an 18-year-old man last week, in North Miami.
North Miami police say the rapper, born British Alexander Mitchell, assaulted the man during an altercation, which knocked him unconscious and caused severe injuries.
According to NBC Miami Channel 6, Brisco fled the scene in a White Range Rover with Florida tag 863TCA, police said.
Police are asking anyone who has knowledge of the rapper's whereabouts to call with information.
In July of 2009, Brisco was robbed inside of a barbershop in Miami. Bandits forced him to the ground, stole $35,000 worth of jewelry and made off with his Range Rover, which was later recovered.
Shortly after the robbery, Brisco released a 4:19 second track titled “Revenge,” in which he promised retaliation for the incident although it is not known if the song is related to current altercation involving the rapper.
The news of Brisco's legal troubles comes as he prepares to release a new mix tape titled "21 Jump Street."