Chief Keef’s artist Tray Savage was gunned down in June 2020, bringing his life to a cruel and abrupt end. Now, police have reportedly made an arrest.
According to the Chicago Tribune,20-year-antique Demitri Jackson becamecurrently arrested in Fort Worth, Texas on a homicide warrant and extradited again to Chicago to stand charges. During Sunday’s (April 25) bail hearing, Judge David R. Navarro denied Jackson bail and ordered him again to the courtroom docket later this week.
Tray Savage became killed at the 8100 block of South Evans Avenue withinside the Chatham community on June 19, 2020. Although prosecutors stated Jackson and the suffererhad been affiliated with the identicalavenue gang faction, they did notgive an explanation for what certainlybrought about the shooting.
Authorities stated Jackson and Tray Savage “interacted” with everydifferent from their automobilesearlier thanusing off in exceptional directions. Roughly 15 mins later, Jackson’s white Mazda SUV becamepushedagain to the block and parked. Savage lower backquickly after and they “interacted” again. But as Savage tried to pressure away, Jackson allegedly opened fire, putting Savage withinside the neck. His automobile slammed into numerous parked vehiclesearlier than coming to a stop. He became later stateduselessat the University of Chicago Medical Center.
Witnesses stated Jackson allegedly reversed his SUV and sped off. It becamelocated burning in an alley the subsequent day.
Prosecutors stated they identified Jackson’s unmasked face from the video at a comfortkeep captured simplyearlier than the shooting. Officers additionallyobserved Jackson’s walk, which comes with a limp from being shot in 2018.
Jackson’s lawyer Thomas Hallock believes his customer should’ve been granted bail, noting Jackson became cooperative with the government and the handiest left Chicago due to the fact his grandmother died closing fall. But the choice granted the prosecution’s no bail request, including Jackson confrontedherbalexistence in jail if convicted. He’s scheduled to go back to the courtroom docket on Friday (April 30).