Federal prosecutors are set to announce charges against two men in the murder of Jam Master Jay
Federal prosecutors are set to announce charges against two men in the murder of Jam Master Jay, the pioneering DJ of Run-DMC who was killed in 2002
Jam Master Jay, born Jason Mizell, was fatally shot at a recording studio in the Queens neighborhood of Jamaica when he was 37. The crime has remained unsolved for almost 18 years.
The US Attorney for the Eastern District of New York will hold a 2:30 p.m. news conference Monday to announce the unsealing of a criminal indictment charging two men with his murder in a Queens drug trafficking case.
The men were identified as Karl Jordan Jr. and Ronald Washington, according to prosecution's press office. Jordan Jr. will be arraigned this afternoon via teleconference, and Washington will be arraigned later this week.