Suspect In Young Dolph’s Murder Filmed Music Video Where Getaway Car Was Found

More details have emerged about the shooting at Makeda’s Homemade Cookies in which the rapper Young Dolph (Adolph Robert Thornton) died, and the key suspect in the murder.

The Tennessee police recently ID’ed the suspect as Justin Johnson, a 23-year old black with brown eyes and black hair. The police also offered a cash reward for information leading to Justin’s arrest.

Interestingly, after the suspect was identified, fans of the slain rapper quickly realized that the fugitive is Straight Drop, a rapper from Memphis who had at some point been photographed next to Young Dolph.

Also, following the shooting at Makeda’s Homemade Cookies, the white Mercedes Benz that was used in the shooting was discovered just outside a home in Orange Mound, the same place Straight Drop had shot the music video of his song “Going Straight In.”

Incidentally, days after Young Dolph’s murder, a fatal shooting had taken place a few feet away from the Orange Mound home.

Since Young Dolph’s murder, Justin Johnson has managed to elude the authorities. According to documents released by the authorities, Justin should be considered armed and dangerous. A combined bounty of $15k has been offered for information leading to the arrest of the fugitive.

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