Mercedes used in killing of Young Dolph linked to Covington double shooting, police say

Memphis, Tenn. — The same Mercedes used in the killing of Young Dolph is linked to a separate shooting that happened in Covington last week, according to the Covington Police Department.

Police said the shooting took place in the area of S. College St. and W. Church Aveit on Nov. 12 around 9:20 p.m.

Two people got out of the car and started shooting at the victims as they left a football game, police said.

Covington police confirmed it was the same car used in the killing of Young Dolph in Memphis.

Police said the car was seen on video around 30 minutes before the game circling the parking lot.

Two women were injured and taken to the hospital.

Police confirmed one woman died. The other remains in the hospital and was believed to be shot several times, police said.

Memphis Police found the car Saturday in the 1100 block Bradley in Orange Mound.

The investigation is ongoing in the Covington case.

If anyone has more information regarding this incident, please contact Covington dispatch at (901) 475-4300.

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