On Thursday (November 18), a man was shot near Young Dolph’s improvised monument, and three suspects have been apprehended.
Terrance Jones, 19, Jailon Nelvis, and 22-year-old Tavis McQueen, according to ABC24 Memphis, have been charged with aggravated assault, avoiding arrest, reckless endangerment, and stealing, among other things.
When bullets rang out, cameras were rolling outside the vigil. The shooting victim was brought to the hospital in stable condition.
Officers at the vigil noticed the Nissan Versa accelerate away and began after it. The three males eventually smashed the car and leapt out, hurling firearms from the vehicle in an attempt to flee. After a brief foot chase, they were easily caught.
Officers discovered four pistols thrown from the vehicle, according to the affidavit. Two weapons were also located inside the Versa, which had also been stolen. Three of the guns had been modified so that they could be fired completely automatic.
Dolph was out purchasing cookies for his mother when he was fatally shot by a passing car.
Scott Hall, Dolph’s lawyer, told TMZ Dolph was on his way to deliver a truckload of turkeys to his old neighborhood in his hometown for his yearly Thanksgiving gift when he stopped at Makeda’s.
On Friday afternoon, Dolph had another Thanksgiving charity event planned at St. James Missionary Baptist Church in Memphis (November 19).
Pastor Rodney Herron told FOX13 Memphis, “He had a turkey giveaway, a basket giveaway. He was giving out 200 turkeys from 3 to 5 p.m. He has a big heart. Even when he came right before Easter this year, he stayed with us the whole day. He took pictures with the kids and ate candy with the kids. This Friday was a big event for us, and a big event for the people in the community as well.”
AFTER A MAN WAS SHOT NEAR YOUNG DOLPH’S MEMPHIS MEMORIAL, 3 SUSPECTS WERE ARRESTED
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