Young Dolph Suspect Released On Bond; Awaits Sentencing After Plea Deal
  • Jermarcus Johnson, one of the men charged in connection to Young Dolph’s death, secured his release from jail.
  • According to WREG, Jermarcus Johnson posted bond after accepting a plea deal on June 9. He pleaded guilty to three counts of accessory after the fact.
  • Jermarcus Johnson awaits sentencing for accessory charges. He faces six to 12 years in prison. A judge is scheduled to sentence him in August.
  • Prosecutors said Jermarcus Johnson was not involved in the shooting that claimed Young Dolph’s life. He was arrested for helping his half-brother Justin Johnson, one of the alleged gunmen, evade authorities.
  • Are you surprised that Johnson made bond? Why, or why not?


  • According to reports, a man who was listed as a person of interest in the murder of Young Dolph was shot and died in Memphis.
  • The Memphis Police Department reported a shooting death that occurred in the city yesterday afternoon on Wednesday (June 14).
  • The MPD stated, “At 12:56 pm, officers responded to a man-down call at Spottswood near Buntyn. A male was located suffering from gunshot wounds and was pronounced deceased on the scene. There is no suspect information at this time. This is an ongoing investigation.”
  • Joshua Taylor, one of the guys police sought to talk with in relation to the killing of Young Dolph, which occurred in November 2021. He is the victim of the shooting, according to local Memphis news site ABC 24. Witnesses stated that the guy had likely been dead for several hours before his corpse was found.
  • What’s the most traumatic thing you have ever witnessed in your life that still gives you nightmares?