(JUDGMENT) Man accused of murdering Troubled Rapper surrenders to police
Man accused of killing Atlanta rapper Trouble surrendered to the authorities on Tuesday morning. Police trust Jamichael Jones shot and killed Trouble on the morning of June 5. The artist’s real name is Mariel Semonte Orr, 34 years old this year.
At the time, Trouble was visiting a female friend at her apartment in Conyers, located near Atlanta, Georgia. After the shooting, Jamichael fled the scene, but police later issued an arrest warrant for the 33-year-old.
According to booking details, Jamichael is facing multiple charges, including, felony murder, aggravated assault and first-degree trespassing. He is also facing a misdemeanor domestic violence charge (first offense).
On Tuesday, Rockdale County Sheriff Eric Levett credited Jamichael’s mother with the surrender of her son, each WSB-TV Atlanta. Deputies are said to have taken the ‘Knock and Talk’ method of locating Jamichael, which involved visiting locations familiar to the suspect. His surrender took place in a Clayton County hospital parking lot after Jamichael contacted his mother about a peaceful surrender.
The police say that the trouble died in the family situation because of a single shot
Jedidia Canty, public information officer for the Rockdale County Sheriff’s Office, shared that deputies responded to a shooting at the Lake St. James around 3:20 a.m. Sunday.
“When the delegates arrived, they observed a Black man lying on the ground with a gunshot wound,” PIO Jedidia said at a news conference. “Unfortunately, the victim died at the scene.”
PIO Jedidia also said that Jamichael “knew women, and that was the family situation.” However, Rac did not know who shot the accused. The artist died from a gunshot to the chest that was fired inside the apartment.
Judge Denies Jamichael’s Bond
Hours after his arrest, Jamichael appeared before a judge, who set his preliminary hearing for June 15. Per WBS-TVthe judge dismissed the binding for Jamichael.
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