It’s a tragic case that’s rich with irony: Al Sharpton’s half-brother – who protested with the anti-gun March for Our Lives on Saturday – has been charged with capital murder after the shooting death in Dothan, Alabama, that happened the very next day.
Kenneth Glasgow, 52-year-old half-brother of Al Sharpton, is suspected of being the driver of a vehicle linked to the Sunday murder of Breunia Jennings, 23. The shooting suspect is Jamie Townes, a 26-year-old passenger who was in the car.
According to Dothan Police Chief Steve Parrish, both Glasgow and Townes sought out Jennings because they believed she had stolen Townes’ vehicle. When they finally caught up to her, police believe, Townes shot Jennings in the head. The woman was later found dead in a wrecked car late Sunday evening.
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