St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner confirmed that Mark Jackson has been arrested and changed with second-degree murder of St. Louis police Capt. David Dorn during a George Floyd riot.
Jackson, 22, faces second-degree murder, robbery, burglary, stealing charges, along with three counts of armed criminal action in connection the fatal shooting of Dorn.
Stephan Cannon, 24, the actual shooter, was previously charged with first-degree murder, robbery, and other crimes.
Additionally, Jimmie Robinson, 27, was arrested in the case. He is charged with burglary, armed crime, theft and unlawful possession of a firearm.
Jackson has been jailed without bond.
Dorn, 77, a retired black officer, was murdered June 2 outside Lee’s Pawn and Jewelry during a looting of the store.
These moments were filmed and posted on Facebook Live, though the video has since been taken down. The surveillance video from inside of the store was released, watch that below.
The video showed a Pontiac G6 was pulled up along the pawn shop and several people inside the vehicle entered the store. The driver also entered the store at the same time as Cannon.
This document states that they are both seen running inside the store and the driver is seen with several TV sets to the door and transmits them to another person who then took them to the car.
Cannon looks out of the store and walks toward the car shortly before Captain David Dorn’s arrival.
The surveillance video shows that when the shots were fired, Cannon was the only person standing in that corner and that several smoke smoke was seen coming from the area where Cannon was standing.
Expect more details to emerge over the next few days, including the arrest of the others present at the time of the Dorn murder.