Gunmen Wanted for Young Dolph’s Murder Arrested – Report

Gunmen Wanted for Young Dolph’s Murder Arrested – Report

The two gunmen needed for the homicide of Young Dolph are actually reportedly in police custody.

Memphis’ Action News 5 experiences that earlier this afternoon (Jan. 11), 23-year-old suspected gunman Justin Johnson, a.okay.a. rapper Straight Dropp, was captured by U.S. Marshals in Indiana. The second particular person, Cornelius Smith, 32, was already in custody at Desoto County Jail in Desoto, Miss. for a earlier arrest from Dec. 9.

You can see mugshots of each Justin Johnson and Cornelius Smith from Fox 13 Memphis reporter Jeremy Pierre on the backside of this put up.

Smith was initially apprehended final month on an auto-theft warrant involving the white Mercedes-Benz that was reportedly used because the getaway automotive in Dolph’s homicide.

The automotive was initially stolen from a gasoline station on the 2800 block of Kirby Road on Nov. 10, seven days earlier than Dolph was gunned down. That similar automobile was discovered and towed away 10 days later, on Nov. 20, from behind a house on the 1100 block of Bradley Street within the Orange Mound part of Memphis.

Smith, who was indicted on Tuesday (Jan. 10), was transferred from Desoto County Jail in Desoto, Miss. to Shelby County Jail in Memphis. Both Johnson and Smith have been charged with first-degree homicide, in keeping with Memphis’ Fox 13. Johnson has further costs of theft of property between $10,000 and $60,000 and excellent warrant for violation of federal launch associated to a weapons conviction whereas Smith has further costs of tried first-degree homicide, unlawfully carrying or possessing a weapon, employment of a firearm with intent to commit a felony and theft of property between $10,000 and $60,000.

The arrests come only a week after police had launched a fugitive alert that Johnson was needed for the alleged homicide of Dolph. People with any data on his whereabouts had been inspired to inform regulation enforcement. Any data that led to his arrest can be rewarded with as much as $15,000 from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation in partnership with the U.S. Marshals, the Memphis Police Department and Crime Stoppers.

On Saturday (Jan. 8), Johnson introduced through his private Instagram web page that he can be turning himself in to authorities on Monday, Jan. 10, and that he was harmless. Instead, nonetheless, he dropped a brand new tune titled “Track Hawk” and remained on the run.

XXL has reached out to a rep for Young Dolph, the Memphis Police Department, the Shelby County District Attorney’s Office and a rep for the U.S. Marshals for touch upon this matter.

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