Jam Master Jay's Murder Is Still Unsolved After 10 Years

After 10 years, Jason "Jam Master Jay" Mizell's murder is still unsolved. While some suspects are named, Jay's mother feels that karma will catch up with her son's killer.

It has been nearly ten years since the shooting of Jason "Jam Master Jay" Mizell and the case is still unsolved. Most recently the New York Daily News reported that Curtis Scoon put a hit out on Jay after a dispute concerning a drug debt. However, Scoon has maintained his innocence in the process. 

In a recent interview with AllHipHop, Scoon explained that he was "taken aback" by allegations made against him. 
“I read the article in today's New York Daily News and was taken aback by the persistent efforts to connect me to the tragic death of Jason Mizell,” he shared. “I addressed my non-involvement in this crime several months back with ScoonTV, I believe readers will find it quite informative.”

Currently, Ronald Washington is serving a sentence for armed robbery. He reportedly admitted to having a role in the killing of Mizell. According to reports, Washington admitted guilt to a former girlfriend who reported this crime to police. However, another source claims that his former girlfriend's claims have changed "three or four times" since they were first reported. 
While witnesses were on the scene, police have been unable to follow any leads. The head detective on the case, Vincent Santangelo, says it is because no one will or no one can cooperate information. As a result, law enforcement is still in search of the person who killed Jay. 

Mizell's family member were also interviewed for the piece in the NY Daily News. Mizell's mother, Connie Mizell-Perry, expressed her feelings on the matter. 

“One of these days, you're going to think you have it made and someone is going to tap you on the shoulder and say, ‘Gotcha!'”

RELATED: Jam Master Jay Suspect Sentenced To 17 Years 

12 Comments

  • KEVI KEV

    THIS IS JUST REALLY SAD 10 YEARS LATER AND NO ARRESTS HAVE BEEN MADE ITS NOT RIGHT JAM MASTER JAY DIDNT DESERVE TO GO OUT LIKE THAT ITS FUCKED UP THIS BLACK ON BLACK CRIME ITS GOTTA STOP WE LOSING TOO MANY GOOD YOUNG BROTHAS

  • Anonymous

    10 years later and still nothing. That's fucking great police work there.

    • D

      You can NOT blame this on the cops, there were several other people in that studio that night, one if not all of them saw what went down and none of them are talking, that's on them, not the cops, obviously their fear is greater than seeing justice served for Jam Master Jay, smh.

  • Anonymous

    And everyone screaming for justice would be crying about "snitches" if someone came forward with information. Hip Hop is ass backwards sometimes, they preach not to cooperate with the law in any capacity and then scream "We Want Justice". Makes as much sense as saying "I'm gonna go run this marathon, just let me break my legs real quick first"

    • D

      Now I agree 110% with your comment, if you are scared to come forward, then i can kind of understand that, but then don't turn around and scream "we want justice" because you could have had justice 10 years ago if the people that were there in the studio that night with Jay would have spoken up.It ticked me off when JMJ's supposed best buddy "shake" (who was there that night) said that he just wants to remember the good Jay has done, and I was like, no, I don't want to hear that, keep your mouth shut, just like you've kept your mouth shut for the last 10 years about what happened that night.If you want to talk about your "best friend" then talk about who pulled the trigger that night, if you're not going to tell us that, then shut your mouth.

  • Anonymous

    "Stupid kid playing around, dying for attention without realizing the feds check articles like this for bit information. Stop abusing the computer in class." LOL There's a difference between talkin' real shit and just trollin', everyone knows Ja Rule's soft ass isn't capable of this.

  • Burmy

    THIS is why that "stop snitchin'" BULLSHIT must END. We owe it to the families of ALL artists whose murders remain unsolved to FIND THEIR KILLERS ASAP! START SNITCHIN' peoples!

  • John smith

    5 people witnessed this and haven't cooperated with police.......case doesn't deserved to be solved if people won't help.

  • Anonymous

    Ja Rule killed him 'cause he was fuckin' with 50, case closed.

    • Anonymous

      Stupid kid playing around, dying for attention without realizing the feds check articles like this for bit information. Stop abusing the computer in class.

  • Anonymous

    why tell us something everyone already knows. why dont you tell us when they catch the killer u fuck tards! i swear, the people who write these ridiculous articles are fucking retards!

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