Two Shot At Fabolous, Diplomats Show

Argument over a car crash began after the show.

DOSWELL, Virginia — Two young men were shot after a show by Fabolous, Keith Murray, Freeway, Beanie Sigel and Cam'ron and the Diplomats on Saturday night.

The concert, part of BET's College Hip-Hop Fest at Paramount Kings Dominion amusement park, had been over nearly an hour when a scuffle broke out in the parking lot and the men, 18 and 21, were wounded by gunshots, according to the Hanover County Sheriff's office spokesperson Lieutenant Doug Goodman.

Thanks to information provided by witnesses, police questioned two men in connection with the shooting and recovered a weapon. David Gleason McKoy, 23, is being held in jail without bond on two counts of malicious wounding and two counts of possessing a firearm in the commission of a felony.

Goodman said the shooting occurred around 9 p.m. in the parking lot after an altercation between McKoy and the two victims, whose names have not been released. Police said the victims and McKoy knew each other from their hometown of Woodbridge, Virginia. One of the victims was shot in the torso and the other in the shoulder.

Approximately 20,000 fans attended the sixth annual all-day festival, which also featured a Greek step dancing show from a number of fraternities and sororities, as well as a DJ battle and hip-hop karaoke. Lt. Goodman said the shooting was the only violent incident at the event, which had proceeded smoothly up until that point.