HOUSTON – Houston Police Chief Troy Finner and Mayor Sylvester Turner announced Friday that they’ve made arrests in the murder of Migos rapper Takeoff, who was shot and killed outside a downtown Houston bowling alley on Nov. 1.

Patrick Xavier Clark, 33, has been charged with murder. Police located Clark in the 14700 block of Sterling Green Blvd. Thursday and placed him under arrest, Finner said. Documents show the suspect had plans to flee to Mexico.

A court document states that prosecutors were opposing a low bond “based on public safety concerns because the defendant shot a firearm into a crowd of people and struck the complainant in the back and head, causing his death. Further, a low bond is unreasonable and insufficient to ensure the defendant’s appearance in court based on his successful efforts to obtain an expedited passport shortly after the murder and an imminent travel itinerary to Mexico.”

Another man, 22-year-old Cameron Isiah Joshua, has been charged with unlawful carrying of a weapon. He was taken into custody on Nov. 22.

According to details released during a news conference Friday afternoon, the shooting happened at 810 Billiards & Bowling, located at 1201 San Jacinto, around 2:40 a.m. More than 30 people had gathered at a private party when a “lucrative dice game” began.

Takeoff, whose birth name is Kirsnick Khari Ball, was an innocent bystander while his uncle Quavo, who is also a member of the Grammy Award-nominated Atlanta rap group, engaged in an argument with someone. Videos circulating online show that after Quavo turned his back to walk off, gunfire erupted, and Takeoff, who was 28 years old, was shot. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Two others were hit by gunfire but had non-life-threatening wounds and went to hospitals in private vehicles.