CLEVELAND — An arrest warrant has been issued by the Cleveland Division of Police for 19-year-old Donald Jackson-Gates for his role in the fatal shooting of a man last month.
Jackson-Gates is the great-grandson of former Cleveland Mayor Frank G. Jackson.
Police allege that on May 14, Jackson-Gates fatally shot Chris'Shon Coleman in the 2300 block of East 40th Street at around 3:15 a.m.
Jackson-Gates was arrested and charged with several crimes involving gang activity in 2019. Previous court documents show that Jackson-Gates lived at the same address as his mother and another of former Mayor Frank Jackson's great-grandsons.
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