Woman Charged In Sending Death Threats To Yung Teddy
As police investigate the death of Yung Teddy, a woman has been charged in sending him death threats.
After Yung Teddy was shot and killed last week, a woman has been charged for sending him death threats prior to his murder.
According to The Atlanta-Journal Constitution, Yachari Kiyana Miller, of Powder Springs, Georgia, allegedly sent messages to the rapper during the 24 hours before he was slain. "You a dead man walking," she wrote, as well as "This your year to die."
Miller has been charged with one count of terroristic threats and is currently being held without bond at the Cobb County Detention Center, where she has been since Friday. Teddy, whose real name is Justin Mitchell, was found shot to death in his home last Wednesday night, hours after posting on Twitter about death threats against him. Authorities believe there were witnesses to the shooting, and they are currently looking for two suspects.
"The first suspect is described as a black man, 20 to 23 years old, and between 5-foot-6 and 5-9 with a thin build," The Journal-Constitution reports. "He was last seen wearing a gray sweater, dark pants and a black beanie hat. He had a handgun. The second suspect is described as a black man between 5-4 and 5-6. He had a navy blue bandana covering his face and was wearing a multicolored beanie hat."
Anyone with information about the case is encouraged to call the Cobb County, Georgia police at (770) 499-3945.