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Thursday, 11 March 2010

Chastised members of the local 9 Trey set of the Bloods street gang saying they showed no remorse for their roles in the murder of a fellow gang memb


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Chastised members of the local 9 Trey set of the Bloods street gang saying they showed no remorse for their roles in the murder of a fellow gang member who was suspected of snitching."You were playing a kid's game with your gang, and it had adult consequences," state Superior Court Judge Ira E. Kreizman told Marking Clark, 19, of Neptune, before sentencing the teen to 15 years in state prison for conspiring to commit the murder of 21-year-old Latyria M. Nealy of Neptune on Jan. 18, 2007.
On Wednesday, Kreizman revealed it was Clark who had suggested to his fellow gang members that Nealy should be killed. Clark mistakenly believed that Nealy had provided information to police about a theft at the Monmouth Mall in Eatontown, according to authorities."This was a cold-blooded, well thought-out plan to kill," Kreizman said.Before Clark was handed his 15-year sentence, another Bloods gang member, Quincell B. "Bundles" Adams, of Asbury Park, was given the same 15-year sentence by Kreizman in accordance with the plea agreements hammered out by prosecutors.Adams was a ranking member of the 9 Trey set of the Bloods street gang, and according to Kreizman the others sought his permission to carry out the execution of Nealy.At the time of Nealy's murder, Adams was looking out a window that overlooked the rear parking lot area of the Frederick Douglas Apartments on Mattison Avenue in Asbury Park, according to Kreizman."He (Adams) gave Sam Ling the order to kill her," he said.Ling is scheduled to be sentenced on Friday. He admitted in court to being the triggerman who shot Nealy in the head.Kreizman gave Adams and Clark an opportunity to say something before he sentenced them on charges of first degree conspiracy to commit murder. Judges usually afford all defendants the opportunity to speak and offer apologies or condolences before handing out a sentence, but both men told Kreizman they had nothing to say."I asked him (Adams) if he had anything to say — nothing — not a word. This was the perfect opportunity to say he was sorry, but nothing. No remorse," Kreizman said just moments before sentencing Adams.
Clark also refused to say anything about the case.Adams and Clark will be required to serve 85 percent of their 15-year sentences before they become eligible for parole under the provisions of the No Early Release Act, and be required to serve a minimum of five years on parole once they are released.Tuesday, fellow Bloods street gang member Cassey N. "Hennessey" Gross, 23, of Asbury Park, received a similar 15-year prison sentence for her role in Nealy's murder.
Gross admitted she lured Nealy to a rear parking lot area in the Frederick Douglas Apartments with the help of co-defendants Nikki "Bold" Moore and Shalyce M. Davis, both of Asbury Park.Moore and Davis are scheduled for sentencing on April 23 in front of Kreizman.


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