A Montgomery, Alabama man has been charged with two counts of capital murder in the deaths of Doe B and Kimberle Johnson.
A second arrest has been made in a double homicide that resulted in the deaths of Grand Hustle Records artist Doe B (real name Glenn Thomas) and 21-year-old Troy University student Kimberle Johnson. According to the Birmingham, Alabama-based Fox 6 News, a second suspect in the case turned himself in to authorities on Wednesday (January 1).
The suspect, 25-year-old Darius Thomas, was charged with two counts of capital murder. Another suspect, Jason McWilliams, turned himself in December 29 and is reportedly being held at the Montgomery County Detention facility without bond.
The fatal shooting, which took place last month at the Centennial Hill Bar & Grill in Montgomery, may have taken place due to a feud between Doe B and McWilliams. The Montgomery Police Department has yet to confirm if a feud between the two men did in fact cause the shooting.
Six other individuals were also injured during the December 28 incident.
Following news of Doe B’s death, a number of individuals expressed their condolences via Instagram, Twitter and other social networking sites.
Hustle Gang helmsman T.I. referred to Doe B as a little brother in a tweet sent shortly after the shooting and also released the tribute song, "Flying With Angels (RIP Doe B)." Atlanta rapper Pastor Troy also offered a musical tribute to Doe B with “Yall Ain't Do Him Right (Doe B Tribute).”
Doe B’s death comes shortly after the rapper released his Baby Jesus mixtape. The 21-track mixtape includes guest appearances from B.o.B, T.I., Young Dro, and others.