Young Dolph’s murder case is beginning to become more clear as details emerge after the arrest of the accused killers. A week ago, authorities identified Justin Johnson (aka Straight Drop) as a suspect in the murder. Johnson said he would turn himself in but then changed his mind. Straight Drop’s change of heart might have something to do with some additional charges he could face.

The suspected killer of Young Dolph used the murder weapon a week earlier to highjack and steal the getaway car. Court documents obtained by TMZ told the entire story. The vehicles owner underwent a very traumatic incident.

A woman in a white Mercedes-Benz told police she was approached by two males carrying assault rifles who demanded her vehicle. One of the men struck her with his gun’s muzzle before she fled the scene on foot. Things got even scarier after the victim ran away.

One of the carjackers followed the victim because they were unable to start the car. They forced her back inside at gunpoint and demanded she start it. The attackers hit the woman with their guns multiple times.

One of them then drove away with the Benz. The other followed in a dark-colored sedan. The Mercedes was then used as the getaway car in Young Dolph’s murder.

The getaway car has been publicly known since shortly after the murder. Police were searching for tips based on the Mercedes. That eventually led the police to discover a terrible crime spree that eventually ended with the murder of Young Dolph.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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