FBI’s Most Wanted fugitive charged in double murder dances for cameras

The jig is up! FBI’s Ten Most Wanted fugitive is charged in double murder and breaks out ‘In My Feelings’ dance moves for news cameras during extradition

  • Antwan Mims  had been on FBI’s Ten Most Wanted List since June and had a $100,000 reward being offered for his capture
  • He was captured in late July in Georgia, accused of executing Cortez Miller, 22, and Michael Johnson, 29, at a house party in Michigan in March 
  • Mims, who is believed to be an assassin for Gangster Disciples gang, was flown back to Michigan to face charges on Monday 
  • As he spotted television cameras he broke out the ‘In My Feelings’ dance moves 

Double-murder suspect Antwan Mims took a stab at Internet fame by attempting to perform the ‘In My Feelings’ dance challenge during his extradition, but the FBI agents escorting him to jail were not impressed by his moves. 

The FBI said Mims, who had been on the agency’s Ten Most Wanted List since June and had a $100,000 reward being offered for his capture, was arrested without incident on July 31 in College Park, Georgia.

WNDU-TV broadcast video of Mims smiling and dancing his way to a waiting police vehicle at 1pm on Monday after being transported by plane to the Southwest Michigan Regional Airport in Benton Harbor, Michigan. 

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KiKi, do you love me? FBI’s Most Wanted fugitive Antwan Mims took a stab at the ‘In My Feelings’ challenge during his extradition to Michigan on Monday 


Mims, who is suspected of killing two men in cold blood in March, formed his hands into the shape of a heart and swayed his hips on the tarmac at the Southwest Michigan Regional Airport in Benton Harbor, Michigan

In the footage, the murder suspect, dressed in a blue t-shirt and shorts, breaks into a goofy grin at the sight of news cameras, forms his hands into the shape of a heart, pretends to drive a car and sways his hips.

Busted: Mims had been added to FBI’s 10 Most Wanted list in June, and he was apprehended in Georgia in late July 

Mims’ moves would be familiar to anyone who has seen one of the countless videos showing people dancing alongside moving vehicles to the tune of Drake’s hit song ‘In My Feelings.’ 

Two of the agents accompanying Mims appear at once bemused and baffled by the captured fugitive’s antics on the tarmac. They quickly draw a curtain on his impromptu dance recital by ushering him into the patrol car. 

Mims, who is believed to be about 40 years old, has been accused of fatally shooting Cortez Miller and Michael Johnson in the on March 25 in front of 100 people at a house party on Lavette Street in Benton Harbor.

After the victims collapsed to the ground, witnesses said Mims finished them off by shooting Miller, 22, in the back head and Johnson, 29, in the face, then calmly walked away. 

Both Cortez and Miller are survived by young children. 

Mims was sought on a Michigan arrest warrant for first-degree murder, possession of a firearm by a felon and felony weapons counts.


Mims, who is believed to be a hitman for a gang, has been charged with executing Cortez Miller, 22 (left), and Michael Johnson, 29 (right) at a house part on March 25

Detectives believe Mims, who goes by the nickname ‘Tank,’ is an assassin for the notorious Gangster Disciples gang. 

‘It’s almost like it was a joke. He’s taken two people’s lives,’ Benton Harbor Director of Public Safety Dan McGinnis said. 

Mims is currently being held in the Berrien County Jail awaiting arraignment. 

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