The guy accused of assisting two of Young Dolph's suspected shooters in evading capture following the death has pled guilty to his involvement in the murder.
According to The Associated Press, Jermarcus Johnson appeared in Memphis court on Friday (June 9) and pled guilty to three charges of accessory after the fact. Johnson's attorney, Josh Corman, brokered the agreement, which will save Johnson from going to trial. He might be called to testify in the November 2021 trial of the guys accused of murdering Young Dolph.
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