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Man found guilty of murder of Jackson rapper Lil Lonnie

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) &#; The man accused in the homicide of local rapper Lil Lonnie in April has been found guilty.

Monya Davis was convicted on the charge of first degree murder. He was sentenced to serve life in prison.

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In April , Davis and Antoine Carr were both arrested in Texas and charged with murder in connection to the shooting death of Lonnie Montrel Taylor (Lil’ Lonnie). Marshun Carr was also later arrested in Texas in connection to the case.

Jackson police said the shooting happened on Montebello Drive in April Lonnie&#;s vehicle had been shot into by the suspects.

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Rapper Lil Lonnie, known for song 'Colors,' killed a year ago. Suspects now charged.

Two suspects are in custody and an additional arrest is expected in connection to the shooting death of Mississippi rapper Lonnie "Lil Lonnie" Taylor last year, authorities said Monday. 

Lil Lonnie's "TKWGO 2" includes the hit "Colors," which has over 2 million YouTube views.
Monya Davis

On April 29, , Taylor was shot multiple times as he drove his SUV in Jackson. His vehicle came to a stop when it crashed into a home. A female passenger in his car was not injured. Taylor was 22 years old.

Two men have been arrested in Texas for Taylor's death, said Jackson Police Chief James Davis.

Monya Davis and Antoine Carr, both 21 years old, have been charged with Taylor's murder, he said.

Davis was arrested in Fort Worth, Texas in April and he has been extradited to Mississippi, the chief said. Carr was arrested in Austin in March. He is currently still in Texas and will be transported back to Mississippi soon.

The chief expects a third unnamed suspect will be taken into custody.

Authorities say it's still unclear why Taylor was killed and what his relationships to the suspects were.

"(The arrests) gives closure to the community and closure to his family," the chief said at a news conference held Monday afternoon. "He did a lot of positive things, from what I can understand, in the community."

The chief said police received "a lot of information" from the community which helped in the investigation.

Taylor was an up-and-coming music artist. His song "Colors" put him on the map nationally. 

Gunfire caused panic at a vigil held for Taylor the month following his death. There were no confirmed reports of injuries in that incident.

After news of the arrests broke on Monday, supporters posted tributes to Taylor on social media.

"Shoutout 2 day boi Lil Lonnie now ur family and friends/fans can sleep peacefully knowing dat justice is being served and JPD didn't jus give up on u," one post on Facebook read.

Someone else wrote: "Lil Lonnie was a super sweet,smart,intelligent and kool kid I can honestly say that about him and he didn't bother nobody."

Crystal Capler, Taylor's sister, told the Clarion Ledger her brother's murder was "senseless."

She doesn't believe that Taylor knew the suspects and she doesn't know of any motive for the killing.

"There was no reason behind it. We don't really know," Capler said.

JPD detectives were in regular contact with her family and let them know when suspects were being taken into custody, she said.

"It was relieving," she said. "It's still an everyday struggle to deal with the death of Lil Lonnie He was very heartfelt. He cared about his people. He cared abotu his community."

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JACKSON, MS (WLBT) - Jackson police say they don’t know a motive for the death of local Jackson rapper Lil Lonnie.

Jackson police arrested and charged two men in connection to the shooting death of year-old Lonnie Taylor in April of

year-old Monya Davis was being held in Texas and was extradited two weeks ago. He appeared for his initial court appearance on the morning of Monday, April 22, and was denied bond.

year-old Antoine Carr was also arrested in Austin, Texas in March. He was extradited earlier this week after being held there. He was denied bond at his initial court appearance Wednesday.

The shooting happened on Montebello Drive in Jackson back in late April of

Police say additional arrests are expected.

“The investigation is ongoing so it’s unclear exactly what took place," said JPD Chief James Davis. "It doesn’t appear to be robbery.”

year-old Lonnie Montrel Taylor was a well-known rapper in Jackson who goes by the name “Lil Lonnie”.

year-old "Lil Lonnie" was shot to death while driving in northwest Jackson. Source: Facebook
Friends, family and members of the community were at the funeral for Jackson rapper Lil Lonnie

On April 30th, shortly before p.m., officers responded to Montebello Drive where a car had crashed into the front of a home in north Jackson.

Taylor was driving the car when it crashed and had been shot multiple times. He was later pronounced dead at the scene.

Home that Lil Lonnie crashed into on Montebello Dr. after he was shot; Source: WLBT
Home that Lil Lonnie crashed into on Montebello Dr. after he was shot; Source: WLBT

Lil Lonne’s death rocked the community and he was remembered for the impact he had on this city and with music.

Many were in disbelief that the young artist with so much to say, has been silenced.

"I think that was really tragic 'cause he was out here, he was working, he was out here showing his love for the folks," said friend Carl Jacobs. "He was out here just trying to make his own career better."

Many well-known rappers took to Twitter to send their condolences to the rapper and his family.

“It gives closure to the community and also closure to his family," said Chief Davis. "He did a lot of positive things, I understand, for the community.”

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Death of Jackson rapper Lil Lonnie: 3rd suspect arrested in Texas

Lil Lonnie's "TKWGO 2" includes the hit "Colors," which has over 2 million YouTube views.

A teen was arrested in Texas in connection to the death of a Jackson rapper, bringing the number of suspects in custody to three.

Marshun Carr

Marshun Carr, 18, was extradited to Mississippi last week and is charged with murder, the Jackson Police Department announced Monday morning.

Rapper Lonnie "Lil Lonnie" Taylor died in April He was driving his SUV along a road in north Jackson when he was shot multiple times, police said. The vehicle crashed into a home on Montebello Drive, and the year-old rapper was declared dead at the scene.

In April police announced that two suspects — Antoine Carr and Monya Davis, both 21 — had been arrested in Texas and charged with murder.

Taylor's sister, Crystal Capler, told the Clarion Ledger in April it was a relief to hear about the arrests.

Antoine Carr

"It's still an everyday struggle to deal with the death of Lil Lonnie," she said.

Her brother loved to joke around, have fun and help people, she said.

Capler said they grew up in Jackson's Virden Addition neighborhood. Their mother died when they were young, leaving their father to raise five kids by himself.

The song "Colors" propelled Taylor to nationwide recognition. Four months before he was killed, he sat down for an interview with artists Jack Thriller and 50 Cent.

In the interview, Taylor said that he was planning to buy a house for his family with his first major check.

Monya Davis

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More:Rapper Lil Lonnie, known for song 'Colors,' killed a year ago. Suspects now charged.

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JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Police in Jackson say a rapper has died after someone shot into the vehicle he was driving and it hit the front of a house.

Jackson police Sgt. Roderick Holmes says the shooting happened Sunday night, killing year-old Lonnie Taylor of Jackson.

News outlets report that Taylor's stage name is Lil Lonnie. He has several videos online.

Holmes says a woman in the vehicle with Taylor was not injured.

Lonnie was a fan of music ever since his older brother, Lorenzo Taylor, and friends introduced him to hip-hop culture. He began his career making beats for other local artists as a freshman at Callaway High School. Growing up in the poverty-stricken Virden Addition neighborhood, Lonnie was subjected to recurring gang violence, which became a common theme in many of his songs.

Lonnie graduated from Callaway High School in and went on to pursue an associate's degree in general studies at Hinds Community College in Raymond. The rapper quickly realized he was meant to take a different route, and in August , he transferred to Jackson State University, where he studied mass communications. He released his track "I'm the Type" that fall, and a few months after, he released his first successful songs, "Colors" and "Special."

"Colors" received national attention after it went viral in the summer of , and several popular entertainment websites featured his music, including Billboard, which later premiered his single "Change Up" in May

In November , Lonnie dropped his first mix tape, "They Know What's Going On." The project quickly amassed more than , streams and more than , downloads. He released his second mix tape, "They Know What's Going On 2," in June, bringing in many popular names from the industry, including Bryson Tiller, Slim Jimmy of Rae Sremmurd, K Camp and Moneybagg Yo. On July 18, , he released another project, "The Big Three," a collaboration that introduced the new sounds of three local deejays: DJ Moneycure, DJ Jukebox and DJ Dream.

Danie Matthews provided the information on Lonnie's background and music. Read her full article on Lil Lonnie here.

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