Branham was booked into the Montgomery County Jail the same day on $100,000 bail.
According to the release, Ross reached out through a lawyer to say he would turn himself in but failed to do so.
Then, on Nov. 5, police said that Ross got into an argument while at Flannigan’s Pub, pulled a handgun on patrons and threatened them before fleeing, first on foot, then in a gray Toyota Corolla.
Police said Ross was recognized by the pub’s security as a regular at several establishments, where they said Ross portrays himself as a “gangster rapper” called “Lil Jay 937.” Police said he also goes by “Frerarie Jay.”
Ross turned himself in to the Montgomery County Jail on Nov. 9, one day after Miami Valley Crime Stoppers issued a release about him.
It is unclear what other charges, if any, Ross could see for the Nov. 5 incident.