Jameer Johnson is an alleged teen killer from St. Louis who at sixteen years old has been charged as an adult for a double murder. According to police reports Jameer Johnson would open fire on Jeremiah Jackson, 20, and Montel Sanders, 30, as the two men sat inside of a vehicle, both men would die from their injuries. Jameer Johnson would be arrested and charged with two counts of murder.
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A teenage boy faces murder charges for two August shooting deaths in St. Louis.
City police announced Saturday that Jameer Johnson, 16, will face two counts of murder and two counts of armed criminal action tied to the Aug. 17 killings of Jeremiah Jackson, 20, and Montel Sanders, 30.
Police said Johnson was certified as an adult within the juvenile court system and that his case was turned over to the circuit attorney’s office, which issued the charges.
On the evening of the murders, the bodies of Jackson and Sanders were found in a vehicle in the 4300 block of Garfield Avenue, in The Ville neighborhood, around 6:30 p.m. Both men were residents of St. Louis County municipalities — Jackson from Glen Echo Park, and Sanders from Woodson Terrace.
A judge ruled that no bond be allowed for Johnson, who is listed as a St. Louis resident in newly filed court documents. He also faces felony charges for assault and “escape or attempted escape from confinement,” each stemming from Sept. 25.
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A teenager was certified as an adult in the juvenile court system and charged with two counts of first-degree murder in connection with a double homicide in St. Louis in August.
The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department announced Saturday that 16-year-old Jameer Johnson was charged in the shooting death of two men on the afternoon of August 17, 2022. Jeremiah Jackson, 20, and Montel Sanders, 30, were shot to death inside a vehicle in the 4300 block of Garfield in between the Vandeventer and Greater Ville neighborhoods.
Johnson has also been charged with two counts of armed criminal action. News 4 has requested a probable cause statement against Johnson from the St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office.