Young Money rapper Flow was arrested early Friday (Sept. 25) morning in connection with the Memorial Day slayings of two brothers in East New Orleans. As previously reported, Flow, born, Winder Degruy, was picked up by police back in June as a suspect in the double murder of Kendrick Bishop, 22, and Kendred Bishop, 18, who were both shot and killed while they sat in car on New Orleans' East Side. Police believed he was one of two men seen fleeing the scene. Degruy later made his $500,000 bail and remained a free man until he was scooped up on the new indictment yesterday, according to the New Orleans Advocate.

Authorities also arrested Flow's girlfriend and charged her with two counts of obstruction of justice. Flow's alleged accomplice Jonathan “Lil Joe” Evans, 18, has remained behind bars since his initial arrest. Another person, Chantell Edwards, police believe to be an accessory after the fact to the killings, is still at large. The six-count indictment accuses Evans and Degruy of the murders and a conspiracy to commit murder, as well as obstruction of justice and conspiracy to obstruct justice.

Flow, 23, signed to Young Money Entertainment in 2012 and made his first appearance on record with Weezy on Wayne’s Sorry 4 The Wait mixtape in July 2011 on “Inkredible (Remix),” then appeared on Wayne’s Dedication 4 mixtape on the track “Magic” as well as Young Money’s Rise Of An Empire (“Fresher Than Ever“). One year ago today, on June 3, 2014, he released his Withdrawals mixtape—presented by Young Money/Cash Money and The Flamez—which featured Chanel West Coast, Cory Gunz, Kidd Kidd, Shy Glizzy and fellow Young Money protege Euro, among others. Lil Wayne was featured on both the intro and outro of Withdrawals and the two released a joint single, “Off Day,” in November of last year which has climbed to more than 7 million YouTube views to date.