CLEVELAND — The great-grandson of Frank Jackson was arrested for aggravated murder.
According to court records, 19-year-old Donald Jackson Gates was wanted for a murder that happened on May 14 on Cleveland's East Side.
Investigators said Jackson-Gates allegedly shot and killed Chris-Shon Coleman on East 40th Street, at a location blocks away from where the former mayor and multiple Jackson family members live.
This isn't the first time Jackson-Gates has been in trouble with the law.
He was arrested in 2019 for shooting at a Cleveland police officer.
During that arrest, body camera video showed him telling people he was coming from his granddad's house.
He gave police his grandfather's address.
A few months later, Jackson-Gates was charged with participating in a criminal gang.
His trial on those charges is set to begin later this month.
Jackson-Gates' recent arrest comes nearly nine months after the murder of his uncle.
Frank Q. Jackson, 24, was killed last September after police said he was lured to a home on East 70th Street to pick up a dirt bike.
Police said that's when he was shot and killed.
Robert Shepherd, 29, has been charged with luring Jackson to the scene.
The gunman has not been identified.