Gabriel Johnson, who appeared in CNN’s Chicagoland documentary series, has been charged with felony reckless homicide, according to the Chicago Tribune. He was reportedly ordered held on $1 million bail.
Johnson aka Lil Moe was the driver in a car crash that killed 16-year-old passenger Wally Flex, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. Also injured in the crash was 20-year-old Dontrell Reese.
Reese was in possession of a handgun when arrested. He was charged with unlawful use of a weapon by a felon charge and as ordered held on $100,000.
Johnson lost control of his red Chevrolet Monte Carlo when he was attempting to flee the police, according to the Sun Times. Police were in the area responding to a report of a gang-related shooting.
Johnson provided insight into Lil JoJo’s shooting death on CNN’s Chicagoland.
JoJo, born Joseph Coleman, was shot and killed Sept. 4, 2012 in a drive-by shooting in his Englewood neighborhood on 69th street. He was 18.
“We all right there. We see JoJo on the ground. Ambulance… they turn him around and you see a big a-- hole like this, boy,” the boy explained as he formed a letter O with his hands. I’m like boy, hell nah, he couldn’t get hit one time folk. The girl said they shot like six times.”
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