Yesterday, there was big news in the development of Young Dolph’s murder case. Fox 13 Memphis reported that 23-year-old Justin Johnson is wanted on a first-degree murder charge. It appears that he was one of the men who was seen in surveillance footage, shooting at Dolph, back on November 17.
A $15,000 reward is out there, for information on the arrest of Johnson. Johnson was also a rapper in the Memphis area, who went by Straight Drop. Authorities were able to track Johnson’s identity, due to him shooting the music video for his “Going Straight In” single all across Memphis, on November 21, according to TMZ.
Law enforcement also noticed that Johnson shot the video near the home that the getaway car that was left at, which was used to leave the scene of the Dolph shooting. This was a grey Mercedes-Benz, in the South Memphis area.
As of now, Johnson has yet to be arrested, and there is still no information on the whereabouts of the other man in the surveillance footage, on the day of the shooting. Johnson reportedly has gang ties, and is said to be dangerous, according to U.S Marshals.