Young Dolph Murder Suspect Sentenced In Previous Federal Case

Posted By JZ 94.5 | April 18, 2022

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) – A federal judge said he was ‘bitterly disappointed’ in Justin Johnson during his violation of supervised release hearing Tuesday.

Judge Mark Norris said Johnson ‘squandered’ the opportunities the court gave him.

Johnson is one of the men charged in the murder of rapper Young Dolph.

When he was arrested in January Johnson was also picked up on a federal warrant for violating his supervised released dealing with a previous weapons charge.

Tuesday he had his hearing for that violation of release.

In court Johnson pleaded guilty to the violations of not being regularly employed, missing mandatory drug screenings and therapy, failing to seek permission before leaving the jurisdiction and being arrested.

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