Fugitive Alleged Drug-Dealing Tupac-Shooter's Secret Hideout: W Hotel

Last week, a man imprisoned in New York said that he shot Tupac in an infamous 1994 robbery on the orders of Jimmy Henchman, a hip hop industry power player who became a wanted man earlier this year when he was charged with cocaine distribution. After a month on the run, Jimmy was arrested yesterday, holed up in a secret, faraway hideout:

James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond, who had been a fugitive from the law for the past month, was taken into custody by U.S. Marshals after they discovered that he had been staying at the W Hotel in Union Square. When he spotted the agent, Rosemond, 46 years old and the head of Czar Entertainment, started walking quickly and then ran for several blocks before being tackled and arrested at 21st Street and Park Avenue.

People just don't know how to go on the run like they did back in the Golden Age.

[WSJ]