Suge Knight Hit-and-Run Victims Identified (Video)

Rap mogul’s attorney confirms friend Terry Carter was fatality; media reports say actor Cle “Bone” Sloan was injured in the collision

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The man killed in the fatal hit-and-run involving Marion “Suge” Knight was identified as Terry Carter.

Knight’s attorney, James Blatt, confirmed the victim’s name to TheWrap Friday. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department didn’t identify Carter, but said the deceased victim was 55 years old.

Media reports identified the second person injured as Cle “Bone” Sloan, an activist and actor who appeared in Antoine Fuqua‘s Oscar-winning film “Training Day.”

In the film, Sloan portrayed “Bone.” He was one of the residents of a South Central neighborhood that rallied against Denzel Washington‘s character, the crooked Det. Alonzo Harris, in a final scene.

Knight, 49, surrendered to authorities at 3 a.m. Friday. His bail was at $2 million. He’s expected to make his first court appearance next week, Blatt said.

On Thursday, Knight was at a promotional shoot for the upcoming Universal release of “Straight Outta Compton,” a biopic based on the influential rap group N.W.A. A confrontation ensued around 3 p.m. when Knight and two other unidentified men began arguing on the set.

After the argument, the victims were at Tam’s Burgers in the 1200 block of West Rosecrans Avenue in Compton where the fatal collision occurred. Several members of the production crew had parked their vehicles in the restaurant’s lot.

“Two people were struck by a red pickup truck going backward, then forward,” Sheriff’s Department Lt. John Corina said.

The vehicle is registered to Knight, according to Corina.

“There are two victims that were transported to a local hospital to be treated for their injuries. A male adult was pronounced dead at the hospital. The second victim is in unknown condition,” the Sheriff’s Department said.

Authorities found the vehicle several miles away from the crime scene in the Westwood section of Los Angeles late Thursday night, Corina said.

Hollywood moguls Ice Cube, Dr. Dre and rapper The Game were all on location Thursday shooting a promo for for the film when the collision occurred. Hours before the collision, Ice Cube posted a photo on Instagram of the trio on set, TheWrap previously reported.

An individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap the shoot was taking place in several different locations in the area. Ice Cube, Dr. Dre. and The Game were elsewhere and did not witness the collision, the individual said.

This is not the first time Knight has been associated with violence. He was arrested in October on suspicion of stealing a female photographer’s camera, as TheWrap previously reported.

He is currently out on $500,000 bail in connection with the incident and is awaiting trial on a robbery charge. Knight is charged in that case along with comedian Micah “Katt” Williams.

Meanwhile in August, Knight was shot multiple times at a pre-MTV VMA’s party hosted by R&B star Chris Brown.

Watch Suge Knight turning himself in to authorities after the fatal hit-and-run here.