Donta Jaboat Brown Identified As Man Charged In Killing Of Rival Gang Member Outside Minneapolis Party

In the latest development, a man has been charged with murder in relation to a deadly shooting that occurred outside a residence in Minneapolis last month.

In the case of the killing of 34-year-old Quinntrail Young, 29-year-old Donta Jaboat Brown has been charged with two counts of intentional second-degree murder.

On April 9 at approximately 4:30 a.m., an incident occurred in the vicinity of Golden Valley Road and Russell Avenue North.

According to court documents filed on Friday, it has been revealed that officers were informed about a party that took place at a residence with a large number of attendees, ranging from dozens to hundreds.

During the party, it was reported that a woman attempted to steal money and was seen by Young climbing out of a bedroom window. According to Young, he informed the homeowner; however, the woman fled the scene.

According to witnesses, as Brown and a group of individuals exited the front door, Young returned to the front of the home and proceeded to bend down to tie his shoe, as reported to the police.

According to the criminal complaint, Brown allegedly shot Young in the head and neck upon seeing him, after pulling out a gun. According to reports, Brown made a quick escape in a vehicle.

According to the complaint, Brown’s cellphone data indicated that he was present at the scene during the shooting. Further investigation revealed that Brown was a member of the Lows street gang, while Young was associated with the Highs.

Friday afternoon was when Brown was scheduled to make his initial court appearance. If found guilty, he could potentially be sentenced to 40 years in prison.

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