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Wednesday, 2 February 2011

four accused members or associates of the G-Shine Bloods criminal street gang

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four accused members or associates of the G-Shine Bloods criminal street gang, operating in Plainfield, who were arrested last week by a federal task force for alleged drug and gun offenses.

Andre “Duke” Kelly, 44, was arrested in Edison, and Haleem “Hollar” McCoy, 26, Mustafa “Moose” Harris, 32, and Rajab “Snow” Gomez, 27, were arrested in Plainfield, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced. All four are charged with distribution and possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine; McCoy is also charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm.

Others arrested as part of the alleged ring are being prosecuted by the Union County Prosecutor’s Office.

Members of the federal task force recovered seven guns during the course of Kelly’s arrest, and one gun during Gomez’s arrest. Following their arrests, the defendants appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge Joseph Dickson in Newark and were detained pending a bail hearing.

“New Jersey residents should not have to live in fear of street gangs operating and recruiting in their neighborhoods,” Fishman said. “Today’s arrests demonstrate our ongoing commitment to work with county prosecutors and other state and local partners to stem the tide of violent crime.”"

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