Michael Johnson Obituary, 59-Year-Old, Rock Hill, Michael Johnson died

Michael Johnson Obituary, Death – According to the authorities, a man from South Carolina has been determined to be the individual who was killed in a shooting that took place in Rock Hill, and the officers said that the man’s daughter has been charged with the murder of her father. The incident with the shooting happened on April 1st. According to a written statement that was issued by the York County Coroner Sabrina Gast, the body of Michael A. Johnson, who was 59 years old and lived in Rock Hill, North Carolina, was discovered on Saturday with gunshot wounds. Michael A. Johnson did not survive the injuries he sustained and consequently passed away.

A Camden resident named Michia Ajuanee Johnson, who is 27 years old, was arrested by the police and charged with murder as well as possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime, according to the records from the Rock Hill police and the jail. These records indicate that Johnson was taken into custody by the police. According to information provided by Lieutenant Michael Chavis of the Rock Hill Police Department and provided by Michia Johnson herself, the victim has a daughter named Michia Johnson. Chavis made this statement on Monday afternoon when he was speaking. Immediately prior to the shooting that took place, the Rock Hill Police Department issued a statement in which they stated that an argument had taken place in the area.

According to the Rock Hill police department, the victim sustained gunshot wounds early on Saturday morning at a residence located on Crawford Road. There was no mention of the location of the shooting in the report. Documents indicate that Michia Johnson appeared in court on Sunday, and the judge made the decision not to release her on bail at that time. After that, she was transported to the York County jail, and there she remains to this day, unable to post bond due to the circumstances surrounding her arrest. There is a degree of uncertainty surrounding the question of whether or not she is being defended by an attorney.