A judge has set a trial date for two men charged with killing rapper Young Dolph in a daytime ambush at a bakery in Memphis, Tennessee.
Two men charged with fatally shooting rapper Young Dolph in a daylight ambush at a Tennessee cookie shop have pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder and other charges.
Authorities say a Tennessee man wanted in the fatal shooting of rapper Young Dolph in his hometown of Memphis has been captured in Indiana, while another man was indicted on murder charges.
Authorities say two of the men arrested in connection with the slaying of rapper Young Dolph had a history of violent crimes.
Authorities say an arrest warrant has been issued for a Tennessee man wanted in connection with the fatal shooting of rapper Young Dolph.
Family and friends of slain rapper Young Dolph have remembered him as a generous philanthropist, skilled businessman and loving father at a ceremony renaming a street for him in the same area of Memphis where he grew up — and also was gunned down.
Police say they have tied a car used in the killing of rapper Young Dolph to a shooting that left a woman dead and wounded another person days before the ambush on the hip-hop artist.
Friends of slain rapper Young Dolph have handed out Thanksgiving turkeys at a neighborhood church in Memphis, Tennessee, two days after he was gunned down in broad daylight inside his favorite bakery.
Two days before he was gunned down while buying cookies at his favorite bakery in Memphis, Tennessee, rapper Young Dolph visited a cancer center where a relative had received treatment.
Authorities say rapper Young Dolph was shot and killed at a cookie shop in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee, and a search is underway for the shooter.