Robert Allen, who was indicted on first degree murder and armed robbery charges last week in the death of XXXTentacion, has been apprehended. 

The U.S Marshals Fugitive Task Force found Allen at his sister's home in Georgia Wednesday, according to a new report from TMZ. Originally named as a person of interest in the June 18 killing of XXXTentacion, Allen was later indicted alongside Dedrick Devonshay Williams, Michael Boatwright, and Trayvon Newsome on first degree murder charges. According to indictment documents, prosecutors have alleged that the murder was premeditated.

Allen will now be sent to Broward County, Florida to face the charges alongside the previously arrested Boatwright and Williams. Newsome, meanwhile, hasn't been tracked down.

On the day of his murder, XXXTentacion first stopped by a Bank of America to withdraw $50,000 in cash. That cash, investigators say, was placed in the Louis Vuitton bag that the suspects snatched at Riva Motorsports before the fatal shooting. "It's a horrific crime and we're going to solve it and we're going to bring those who did it to justice," Broward Sheriff Scott Israel said last month.

"It gets harder everyday but I will never allow your name to die," the singer's mother, Cleopatra Bernard, told fans via an Instagram note earlier this month. "I love you with all my heart and I miss you beyond words, LLJ."

At the time of his murder, XXXTentacion was awaiting trial on multiple charges including domestic battery by strangulation and witness tampering.