blog post by John Hoff
Jaylin Dubose, who was named as a suspect in the murder of Parrish Gray but disappeared off the streets of North Minneapolis, turned up in Chicago and was arrested there on October 1, as reported exclusively on JNS blog.
As of October 15, there were no local charges against Jaylin, but recent scrutiny of the jail roster shows Dubose was received on October 23 and is charged with second degree (not premeditated) murder...
Dubose is held on a million dollars bail. He has a hearing on November 12. JNS blog is seeking the criminal complaint and will publish it ASAP.
Kyle Edward Hickman was named as an accomplice after the fact in the shooting, though currently I see no evidence of him in jail or in prison. MNCIS is down for another hour so this blog is unable to check online court records. I presume that Hickman spilled everything he knew, cut a deal, and now it's Dubose who will do the hard time. I tell you, Northside thugs, these guys you run with today will be witnesses against you tomorrow. Church.
The home address listed for Dubose on the jail roster is "2635 North James," which is apparently 2635 James Ave. N., a vacant lot owned by the City of Minneapolis.
Nice. I can understand this kind of thing happening on the jail roster with some run-of-the-mill criminal, but a high profile suspect extradited from Chicago? Ridiculous. Hopefully the same error isn't contained in the criminal complaint from the Hennepin County Attorney. We shall see.
Prior to ruining his life with gang involvement, Dubose was a promising basketball player.