The Little Rock Police Department has issued warrants for a Memphis man in connection with the Power Ultra Lounge shooting. Cordero Ragland, 26, is in custody in Memphis, but will be extradited to Little Rock. He faces five counts of aggravated assault, possession of a firearm by certain persons and tampering with evidence, according to the LRPD.

Ragland was a bodyguard for rapper Finese2Tymes the night of the July 2017 shooting, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports.


Tyler Jackson, 19, of Little Rock and Kentrell Gwynn, 26, of Memphis and another bodyguard to Finese2Tymes, have previously been arrested in the shooting, which left almost 30 people injured.