HOUSTON (KIAH) — At a press conference Friday afternoon, Houston Police Chief Troy Finner announced that his officers arrested a man Thursday night in last month’s shooting death of rapper Takeoff.

Patrick Xavier Clark, 33, now faces murder charges for the Nov. 1 incident outside of a downtown Houston pool hall.

Takeoff, whose off-stage name was Kirsnick Khari Ball, died from gunshot wounds to the head, torso, and arm.

The 28-year-old musician was one of three people police said were shot outside the downtown bowling alley around 2:30 a.m. on Nov. 1, when a dispute erupted as about 40 people were leaving a private party at the alley. Police have said another man and a woman suffered non-life-threatening gunshot injuries during the shooting, in which at least two people opened fired.

Police Sgt. Michael Burrow said during a Friday news conference that the gunfire followed a disagreement over a “lucrative” game of dice, but that Takeoff was not involved and was “an innocent bystander.” Finner said police do not know whether Clark was invited to the party or if he knew Takeoff.

Every person on the scene left without talking to police, Burrow said. Some of those people have since been located by the authorities, who have also worked to piece together events with ballistics, video and audio recordings, according to Burrow. He said investigators are still trying to track down witnesses.

“We will be looking to find you,” he said. “It will be easier if you come find us.”

Houston Police Chief Troy Finner, left, and Mayor Sylvester Turner announce an arrest in connection with the fatal shooting Kirsnick Khari Ball, commonly known as Migos rapper Takeoff, during a news conference on Friday, Dec. 2, 2022, in Houston. Police announced the arrest of Patrick Xavier Clark, 33, who has been charged with murder in the case. (Brett Coomer/Houston Chronicle via AP)

On Wednesday, police announced the arrest of Cameron Joshua in connection to the shooting. The 22-year-old was charged with illegally having a gun at the time Takeoff was shot, but Burrow said investigators believe it was Clark’s gunfire that killed the rapper.

Joshua’s attorney said he hadn’t seen anything to suggest that his client fired his gun or had anything to do with the murder, and as it stands now, Clark is the only suspect facing murder charges in Takeoff’s death.

Prosecutors on Friday asked a court to set Clark’s bond at $1 million, arguing he is a flight risk. After Takeoff’s shooting, Clark applied for an expedited passport by submitting the itinerary for an “imminent” flight to Mexico, according to court records. They say he was arrested the day he received the passport and was in possession of a “large amount” of cash.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.