Rapper Brisco Wanted for Beating Up Teenager

Rapper Brisco is wanted for knocking a teenager unconscious and then fleeing in his white Range Rover last Thursday. North Miami Police though say they have no idea where the man born British Alexander Mitchell is. Right now he's more elusive than his debut album. 

Brisco, who's been making the rounds on the mixtape circuit and on high-profile guest spots on albums by Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, and DJ Khaled, is set to release his long-delayed debut studio album sometime this year on Cash Money and Poe Boy. That's kind of hard to do, though, when you're running from police. 

The Opa-locka rapper is alleged to have been involved in the June 30 assault of an 18-year-old man in the 2000 block of San Souci Boulevard. 

Police believe Brisco punched the teenager and left the kid unconscious. He then fled in his white Range Rover. No details on what started the confrontation have been released. 

The Miami Herald points out it was only last year when Brisco made a video aimed at Opa-locka youth to reduce gang violence. 

Anyone with information of Brisco's whereabouts is asked to call North Miami Police at 305-891-8111 or Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. If we were Brisco, we'd turn ourselves in. We've been waiting for his album since 2008; running from police is only gonna delay that further. Go in and get it over with. 

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Kyle Munzenrieder