Three men have been indicted in connection to the 2013 murder of Hustle Gang rapper Doe B, according to Alabama’s AL.com.
Days after the then-22-year-old T.I. signee, born Glenn Thomas, was shot and killed at the Centennial Bar and Grill in Montgomery, Alabama on December 28, a man named Jason McWilliams turned himself into the MPD and was charged shortly thereafter with capital murder. A second local man, Darius Thomas, was arrested and charged the same.
The shooting also left Troy University student Kimberle Johnson and Timnarius Hamilton dead, and eight others injured.
Now, nearly three years after the fatal incident, AL.com is reporting that court records now show Thomas was indicted last month on the charges of capital murder, two counts of murder, reckless murder and three counts of first-degree assault, and McWilliams also on charges of reckless murder and three counts of first-degree assault.
A third man, Taboris Mock, who had not previously been charged in connection to the shooting was additionally indicted last month on the charges of reckless murder and three counts of first-degree assault.
The Centennial Bar and Grill has since closed. And McWilliams and Mock are scheduled to be arraigned later this month, September 28.