Autopsy report reveals Young Dolph suffered 22 gunshot wounds

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The West Tennessee Regional Forensic Center released the autopsy report for the murder of a famed Memphis rapper.

Adolph Thorton Jr., Young Dolph, suffered 22 gunshot wounds, according to the autopsy.

Those wounds both include where they entered and exited his body.

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The locations Young Dolph was shot include forehead, temple, face, right back, center back, left back, right arm, left arm, left chest, left abdomen, right chin, right neck, right wrist and right shoulder, the report said.

Young Dolph was shot to death at Makeda’s Homemade Butter Cookies on Airways Blvd. near Ketchum Rd. on Nov. 17, 2021.

Justin Johnson, aka Straight Drop, and Cornelius Smith have been charged in connection to the case.

Shundale Barnett has a warrant out for his arrest for his involvement in the murder.

Two other men, Devin Burns and Joshua Taylor, have been named as persons of interest in the murder of Young Dolph.

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