Second Man Arrested in Doe B Murder Case, Funeral Set
A second man has been arrested in the shooting death of Doe B last month. The late rapper and another victim, 21-year-old college student Kimberle Johnson, were shot and killed inside a Montgomery, Ala., nightclub on Dec. 28.
According to MyFoxAL.com, suspect Darius Thomas surrendered to police in Montgomery, Ala., on Wednesday (Jan. 1) and was charged with two counts of murder. Thomas’ arrest follows behind the apprehension of his accomplice, Jason McWilliams, who is also facing the same charges. Both suspects are being held without bail at the Montgomery County Detention Facility.
Meanwhile, funeral services for Kimberle Johnson and Doe B (aka Glenn Thomas) will be held on Saturday (Jan. 4) at the True Divine Baptist Church at 10AM and 2PM, respectively.
Following the shooting, Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange shut down the Centennial Hill Bar and Grill (formerly known at the Rose Supper Club) saying the club is "an imminent threat to public safety."
Doe B was a member of the Hustle Gang crew and signed to T.I.’s record label Grand Hustle Records.
In memory of Doe B, Tip released an elegiac track called 'Flying with Angels,' which features a verse from the late rapper.
Listen to T.I. & Doe B's 'Flying with Angels'