A suspect required for the murder of Young Dolph is in custody, according to TMZ. 23-12 months-old Justin Johnson was arrested by U.S. Marshals Officers Tuesday in Indiana. A next suspect, 32-calendar year-aged Cornelius Smith, was indicted on numerous fees including initially-diploma murder. Smith was previously in jail for a previous arrest involving the white motor vehicle thought to be the getaway auto in Dolph’s murder.
Final week, U.S. Marshals, Memphis Law enforcement Office, Crime Stoppers, and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation recognized Johnson as the suspect desired for taking pictures and killing the Memphis rapper, born Adolph Robert Thornton, Jr., on November 17. Johnson has said he’s harmless, nevertheless law enforcement suggests he has ties to structured crime. Smith has not created a public assertion at this time.
Yesterday, FOX 13 in Memphis described that Johnson was still on the run, nevertheless a article on what is believed to be his (considering the fact that-deleted) Instagram account mentioned he planned to transform himself in yesterday (Monday), which didn’t happen.
In December, a street in Memphis was renamed in honor of Younger Dolph, who was 36. The rapper was laid to rest on November 30 in a private ceremony.