Johnson of Charlotte is charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill or inflict serious injury, possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a handgun by a minor, police said.
He remained in custody at the Mecklenburg County jail early Saturday.
Police have said Borek was shot on the left side of his neck around 12:30 a.m. last Sunday in the parking lot of The Flats at Mallard Creek Apartments, near Mallard Creek Church Road. They said he was visiting friends at the time of the shooting.
On Saturday, Borek was listed in critical condition at Carolinas Medical Center-Main, the hospital said.
A police spokesman said last week that authorities believed the suspect was with another person at the time of the shooting, and they did not believe it was a “random act of violence.”
Then on Friday, police said their investigation showed that Borek and Johnson were meeting each other for an “illegal drug transaction” when Johnson allegedly shot Borek.
Borek is still listed in critical condition, however, we do not yet know the extent of his injuries. But the question that we wonder about is whether or not Borek was shot due to racial motivations, as predicated by the tensions within the Trayvon Martin case and exacerbated by the Media and the Democrats. How many other such incidents have been played out throughout the United States with deadly results, as the usual suspects continue to parlay racial warfare on a vulnerable population.
To our knowledge, neither the New Black Panthers, nor President Obama, nor any members of the Media, nor the KKK, nor even Neo- Nazi's have organized and protested in what could have possibly been a deadly, racially motivated crime. Further, we note that Borek, with his tall, slim frame and olive complexion, could even possibly have been Obama's son; however, the President has yet to respond in that regard, for reasons unknown.
We will keep you posted, while looking forward to the possible appearances of both Jackson and Sharpton to pray for this young man, purported to be the "Greatest person that someone had ever met," who yet clings to life in a Charlotte Hospital.
But did this happen by reason of racial animosity as brought on by the Media and the President, becomes the burning question.