The Killeen rapper who was arrested on a first-degree rape charge in August has also been charged with second-degree kidnapping.
Averweone Holman, 27, was arrested in August by the U.S. Marshals and held in the Bell County Jail briefly before he was extradited to the Caddo Correctional Center in Shreveport, Louisiana. Holman, who goes by the stage name "Lil Hood," was charged with raping a woman in October 2016 in a downtown Shreveport building. Three-time Grammy nominated rapper Mystikal is also charged with rape in the same incident.
The arrest warrants came after DNA evidence was recovered from the woman linking him and Holman to the investigation, according to a news release from Shreveport police spokeswoman Angie Willhite.
Mystikal, whose real name is Michael Lawrence Tyler, turned himself into Shreveport police in August. So did Harker Heights resident Tenichia Wafford, 43, who’s charged with accessory after the fact to first-degree rape. Wafford is also charged with the obstruction of justice. She is held in the Caddo Correctional Center on $700,000 total bond.
Mystikal is held on a $2 million bond, while Holman is held on $3 million. The three involved in the case will be in court on March 29 for a presentation of arguments for hearings. There is no trial date as of now, according to a representative from the Caddo Parrish Court Clerk's Office.
Holman is also charged with drug possession, and will head to court on March 22 for further proceedings in that case, according to a spokeswoman with the Caddo Parish District Attorney's Office.
Mystikal went to jail in 2004 for six years for sexual battery, and is a registered sex offender.
Holman had been charged with the possession of marijuana twice — once in Killeen and once in Copperas Cove — and was charged with fleeing a police officer in a case in which the getaway driver was shot and killed by a police officer.