A murderer of Memphis rapper Young Dolph, U.S. was on a hunt to arrest him: said by U.S. MARSHALS 5TH January 2022, AT 6.11 PM There is a man who has a connection to the murder of Memphis rapper Young Dolph.
23-year-old Justin Johnson is wanted for the murder of Memphis rapper Young Dolph, and police kept $15K as the reward for those who help to find the suspect by giving any of his details, by which police can arrest him. according to the U.S. Marshals Service.
According to the U.S. Marshals Service, 23 years old Justin Johnson is contended to have shot Young Dolph to death at Makeda’s Manual Eyefuls on November 17, 2021. The U.S. Marshals, and Memphis Police, and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation on this case, gave an explanation that Johnson is wanted for first-degree murder for Young Dolph’s death. According to the U.S. Marshals, since Johnson has been suitable to shirk arrest, law enforcement agencies are now offering a combined price of$ 15000 for information that leads to his arrest. Johnson has been added to the TBI’s “ Utmost Wanted” list. Dolph murder MPD releases prints of suspects wanted for killing cherished Memphian Young Dolph shooting suspects.
Justin Johnson is 23 years old, whose height is 5feet 8 inches, and has 190 pounds weight and has got the name “ Jaiya” tattooed on his right hand. Along with the first-degree murder charge, Johnson also faces charges of tried first-degree murder and theft of property between$ ten thousand and $ sixty.
Adolph Robert ThorntonJr., known to his fans as Young Dolph, was plugged down in broad daylight at Makeda’s Manual Eyefuls in Memphis, his birthplace, On November 17, 2021, where two men rushed to the bakery and jumped out of a white car ran to Young Dolph’s disguise Corvette, and fired over to the window. Young Dolph murder MPD releases prints of suspects wanted for killing cherished Memphian Young Dolph shooting suspects
By the time police arrived, Young Dolph was dead. Maurice Hill, the owner of the shop where the firing happened, Makeda’s Adulation Eyefuls, told FOX13 his workers said Young Dolph walked into the store to buy eyefuls. Someone also drove over and shot and killed him at the Memphis bakery.
On Wednesday, November 24 — one week after the rapper’s death — Young Dolph’s family released a statement and said while we will take each day as it comes, we’re assured in knowing that he leaves a heritage that reflects his heart. A heart that was for his family and he has the heart that was for the people.” Included in Young Dolph’s family is his kinsman and fellow Memphis rapper Key Glock, whose real name is Markeyvius LaShun Cathey.