Stephan Cannon (David Dorn Killer) Wiki – Stephan Cannon (David Dorn Killer) Biography
Stephan Cannon arrested and charged with one count of Murder 1st, one count of Burglary 1st, one count of Unlawful Possession of a Firearm & two counts of Armed Criminal Action.
Stephan Cannon Age
He is 24 years old.
Stephan Cannon Arrested
St. Louis police arrested a man Sunday in connection with the killing of a retired police captain who was trying to stop the looting of his friend’s store during protests last week.
Stephan Cannon Shooting
The fatal shooting was captured on live video on Facebook, but has been taken down. The video showed Dorn, 77, sprawled out on the sidewalk bleeding as looters continued to go into and out of the store he was trying to protect.
Audio from the video of Dorn’s killing showed a younger man talking to Dorn as he lay dying.
“Oh cuz, come on, OG … Come on, OG. Oh my God, cuz,” says the younger man. “For a TV? They killed this old man for some TVs? … c’mon, man, that’s somebody’s granddaddy.”
Stephan Cannon Charges
Police announced on Twitter they charged Stephen Cannon, 24, with first-degree murder, robbery, burglary, felon in possession of a firearm and three counts of armed criminal action. He was being held in jail with no bond.
The June 2 killing prompted national outrage, and was seen by many people online, not unlike the killing of George Floyd while handcuffed by Minneapolis police, which is what people in St. Louis were protesting.
According to charging documents, Cannon and other people can be seen on surveillance video leaving a Pontiac G6 just outside the pawn shop and then going in the store and grabbing several televisions, KMOV4 reported.
At some point, Cannon was the only one standing at a corner outside the store and then Dorn arrived. Police said video shows Cannon pointing the gun at Dorn and then Dorn is seen falling to the ground, the television station reported.
Relative to the investigation into the murder of Ret. Capt. David Dorn, officers arrested Stephan Cannon & the @stlcao issued one count of Murder 1st, one count of Burglary 1st, one count of Unlawful Possession of a Firearm & two counts of Armed Criminal Action. Bond not allowed. pic.twitter.com/WzkXCa55fW
— St. Louis, MO Police (@SLMPD) June 7, 2020