Kroger mob attack suspect booked into jail

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A man arrested in connection to a 2014 Kroger mob attack has been booked into the Shelby County Jail.

Raheem Richardson was facing a probation hearing on his sentence of three years. It was denied by a judge, and he was booked into the jail at 4 p.m.

Back in 2014, Richardson was one of a large group of people who rioted in the Poplar Plaza parking lot at Poplar and Highland.  Richardson could be seen attacking an employee until the man was knocked unconscious.

Eight other juveniles were charged in connection to the attack.


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