The suspect in the murder of a young Dolph fears for his life and asks the judge for help

One of the men accused of Young Dolph’s murder fears for his own life and asks a judge to do something about it.

Justin Johnson, aka Straight Drop, is one of four men charged with the brutal murder of Dolph.

Johnson faces first degree murder and attempted murder for the broad daylight murder of Young Dolph and attempts to kill his brother, who was with the PRE boss on that fateful day of November 17, 2021

Young Dolph was shot more than 22 times inside local bakery Makeda’s Butter Cookies. He died instantly at age 36.

U.S. Marshals finally apprehended Johnson after he spent a week on the run in Indiana.

During a court appearance yesterday (4 November), Justin Johnson asked to be moved from a remand center to another correctional facility in East Memphis.

According to Johnson’s attorney, the amateur rapper fears someone will harm him in the jail where he is currently being held.

News 3 reports that Johnson’s attorney, Luke Evans, said ongoing security concerns put his client’s life at risk.

Johnson has already been beaten once inside the prison. He was using the phone when another inmate assaulted him.


If the request is granted, Justin Johnson will be confined for 23.5 hours a day in the new facility.

Cornelius Smith, 23, also faces murder and attempted murder charges. US Marshals caught him in January 2022 after he fled to Mississippi.

A third suspect, Shundale Barnett, is charged with helping Johnson flee to Indiana. He is back in custody in Indiana after being released by mistake.

Another suspect, Devin Burns, was arrested in February. Burns faces four counts of aggravated assault in one count of theft of property related to the murder.

The trial of the four men is expected to take place in early 2023.

According to Chief Prosecutor Paul Hagerman, the case was delayed due to the large amount of evidence, which consists of videos, audio recordings and statements.

Source: allhiphop.com


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