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Monday, 8 March 2010

Andre Trott, 30, identified by prosecutors as a high-ranking member of the Bloods street gang, is scheduled to be sentenced

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Andre Trott, 30, identified by prosecutors as a high-ranking member of the Bloods street gang, is scheduled to be sentenced at 1:30 p.m. Monday in Superior Court, New Brunswick. As part of his plea deal struck with the Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office, Trott faces an eight-year prison term.In December, he pleaded guilty to aggravated assault, admitting to injuring an Edison woman in a car crash while he was eluding police following the murder.The murder charge that Trott faced in the killing of 31-year-old Shakir McCray will be dismissed under the terms of the plea agreement.
The man accused of being the triggerman in McCray's slaying, Cadre Williams, 31, of Georgia, committed suicide at Middlesex County Adult Correction Center in North Brunswick days after his arrest.Trott was charged as an accomplice, accused of being the getaway driver. With Williams dead, Assistant Middlesex County Prosecutor Keith Warburton said proving "shared intent'' in the killing of McCray would have been difficult.McCray was shot several times that Thursday morning, May 7, outside the Hearthwood development on Boice Drive in North Brunswick. Warburton said the shooting involved a marijuana deal gone bad.Williams confessed to the murder, authorities said. Trott did not make a statement to the police.

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