Prosecutors earlier this week officially dropped gun possession charges against a man once accused of being an accessory to the January 2012 murder of Belle Glade grocer Jimmy McMillan.
Last year, a jury acquitted Jonathan Rashad Jones of accessory after the fact of first-degree murder, witness tampering and other charges connected to McMillan’s shooting death at the hands of Corey Graham Jr. during a robbery at the Alabama Georgia Grocery Store in Belle Glade. But Jones had remained in jail on a related charge of possession of a firearm by a juvenile delinquent.
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