Friday, June 8, 2012

JNS BLOG EXCLUSIVE, URGENT!!! Jaylin Deshawn Dubose, AKA "J-Rock," Is Alleged Accomplice In Murder Of Parrish Gray, DUBOSE IS NOT IN POLICE CUSTODY AT THIS TIME...

Creative stock photo, blog post by John Hoff

Jaylin Deshawn Dubose is mentioned as an (alleged) accomplice in the shooting death of Parrish Gray in the criminal complaint filed against Kyle Hickman, see previous blog post. Reportedly, Dubose uses the alias "J-Rock."

Based on age and location, he is believed to be same Jaylin Dubose mentioned here:

North Polars (2010-11 season 14-12, 9-3 Conference, 3rd)

New coach Jeremy Miller takes over the storied Polars program. Initially he won't have much to work with. Guard Charles Smith transferred to Washburn and wings Delshawn and Shondel Strickland are now at Holy Angels. Star guard Malik El-Amin graduated so the cupboard is pretty bare. Lee Gaines is a lanky interior player who can run the floor and block shots. Jaylin Dubose returns at a guard spot.

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I have searched for a previous criminal record for Jaylin Dubose and found nothing at all.

So here's more BASKETBALL info about Jaylin Dubose, who played well but FOULED like crazy.

December 5, 2011 from Twin Cities Boys Hoops, as follows:

Game Time

To the varsity game and North top player Jaylin Dubose picks up 2 quick fouls and sits the last 14:38 of the half. Low scoring and even early. Thanks to a triplicate of 3s, 13-8 North at the 9:17 mark. Then FAIR goes to a 1-3-1 and North never did find an answer. A 14-2 run culimating with Darrion Scott converting a turnover into a layup puts FAIR up 22-15 at the 4:25 mark. That bucket would start a run of 10 straight points for Scott to end the half. A late North 3 would keep them within 30-24 at halftime.

Scott comes out with the 1st 5 Falcons points of the second half for a total of 15 in a row. His 3 point play to end that personal spurt sends Dubose right back to the bench with his 3rd foul. 35-26 FAIR with 16:32 to play. Lee Gaines would score back to back buckets to cut the lead to 7 before a 9-0 FAIR run pushes the lead to 16.

Dubose comes back in with 12:33 left just before John Warren ends the run off a double screen for a triple from the left corner. Dubose makes a difference with a great block hustling back after a turnover and North hustles to track down the loose ball. Out of a timeout, Dubose converts the effort into a 3. He follows up with a steal for a free throw and an assist to Corey Jones. Lead is cut to 10 and North switches from 2-3 to 3-2 zone and extends it to good effect.

 Jones with a putback with 5:35 to cut the lead to 46-39. That's a 9-2 North run. Interestingly enough Dubose comes out with 5:03 left with North down 9and didn't return (don't think he fouled out). Desmond Williams controls the paint down the stretch for FAIR with back to back layups and a pair of trips to the line (1-4 FTs though). FAIR wins 54-45.

Post Game

For North, post Corey Jones leads the way with 14 points. Lee Gaines 13 points. Jaylin Dubose held to 6 with the foul trouble. North was a very different team when he was on the floor. He showed a real burst with the ball that FAIR didn't have a match for. Add in the hustle and a full game from him would have been a difference. North is off until next Friday when they travel to St. Paul Johnson.

For FAIR, Darrion Scott leads the way with 22 points on 9-24 shooting as his shot wasn't falling in the 2nd half. But he's still their difference maker. Desmond Williams very effective inside as he reached double figures with 12 or 13 points. A definite presence for the Falcons down lown. Akil England 15 points. The 1-3-1 for the Falcons was the difference in the game as it generated offense. The Falcons host St. Croix Prep in their Metro Charter Conference opener on Thursday.

Further information about Jaylin Dubose has turned up on Facebook, see next blog post.


Anonymous said...

"J-Rock" So this guy must be a K.U. Alum? Rock Chalk..

Or maybe not.

Johnny Northside! said...

Star Tribune says it won't print the name of a murder suspect being ACTIVELY SOUGHT BY THE POLICE.

Go back to J-School, Matt McKinney. This J-School teaching assistant is giving you a failing grade.

Anonymous said...

Strib has ethics, you don't.

Johnny Northside! said...

Really, it's just a mater of DIFFERENT ethics.

Johnny Northside! said...

Info obtained from a Star Tribune site shows that Dubose wore the number "11" on his jersey in the 2009-2010 season, when Dubose was in 10th grade.

He was one of only two 10th graders on the team, the rest were seniors with a single 11th grader.

Johnny Northside! said...

Another mention of Dubose in this article.

Despite leaving the game early, Lofton poured in 27 points for Columbia Heights. Fay’Mis Freeman added 15 for the Hylanders, with Ben Glover and Keanu Glover each adding 11. Pettit led Minneapolis North with 19 points; Charles Smith added 14, with Jwain Richards and Jaylin Dubose each scoring 12.

The Hylanders were 20 of 31 from the free throw line, while the Polars were 10 of 13. North hit eight 3-point shots during the game; Heights hit three from long range.