St. Paul Man Charged In Mpls. Murder

ST. PAUL (WCCO) — A 30-year-old man has been charged with murder in connection to the shooting death of a 21-year-old woman.

Gregory Antoine Davis, of St. Paul, has been charged with second-degree murder for the death of Brianna Jones.

Jones allegedly came home to her apartment around 3:20 p.m. Dec. 22, located at 1518 Emerson Ave. N. in north Minneapolis, and interrupted a burglary in progress.

Police say her boyfriend found her body, with a single shot to the head.

Davis was dating Jones’ boyfriend’s mother.

  • Dave

    Poverty pimps and an enabling city = trash of any color.

  • RMT

    There but for the grace of God go you or I. By the language and sentiment you use, you are showing your racism. Shame on you. Does that somehow make you a better person? I think not.

    • Kevin

      Your a freakin castarated liberal moron….go fu** yourself….your god is not mine…

  • jean

    Dave is just a bully and whie trash- say’s me a white women

    • Dave

      You are a scholar jean! It would have been great if you could have read the comments RMT was responding to before they got zapped, but ‘oh well you can still have your reactionary daydreams. I have an idea, why don’t you work in policy for the state or the city and explain to them your views on why violent crime exists in my neighborhood.

  • Kevin

    MN is 4% black….yet blacks make up 40% of MN prison inmates……not racial….just a realist……

  • Albert

    Send all those yard monkeys from Minneapolis back to Africa from they came from. Those welfare leaches, irresponsible fathers and ignorant mothers. Ten to 20 more years and MSP will end up looking like Birmingham, AL ot Atlanta, GA. Word…..

  • jody

    blacks commit a lot of crimes. I don’t trust blacks. they are bad people.

  • just sayin

    You know there’s a problem when your boyfriends mom is dating someone 9 years older than you… how old was her bf?
    We need the death penalty.

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