The Atlanta rapper suspected in the death of Slim Dunkin has finally turned himself in to authorities.
Vinson Hardimon faces charges in the untimely death of Slim Dunkin, aka Mario Hamilton, who was shot in the chest on the evening of Dec. 16 during a fight while at a video shoot in a Memorial Drive studio.
Authorities believe that the altercation started over a piece of candy.
Investigators believe Hardimon was the man who argued with Slim Dunkin, eventually pulling out a pistol and firing at the young rapper.
Atlanta police put out a lookout for Hardimon, and through the media advised Hardimon to turn himself in, warning that his life might be in danger.
Hardimon, 28, aka Young Vito, heeded their warning and voluntarily surrendered to Atlanta police Monday afternoon (December 26, 2011). He looked quite a bit different than the man authorities had been seeking.
Details, including Vito’s drastic change PLUS a gallery of all his previous mugshots for crimes ranging from aggravated assault to child cruelty. Continue Reading…