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Wednesday, 22 June 2011

The alleged leader of the Trenton Nine Trey Gangsters who participated in a 2005 clash between three rival gangs that left three people dead pleaded guilty yesterday to a weapons charge


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The alleged leader of the Trenton Nine Trey Gangsters who participated in a 2005 clash between three rival gangs that left three people dead pleaded guilty yesterday to a weapons charge, the state Office of the Attorney General announced today.
Robert "Snoop" Christie, 25, of Trenton, agreed to a plea deal that calls for him to receive five years in state prison at his sentencing in August. The term would be added to the current 8-year sentence Christie is serving for a separate drug and weapons conviction.
Christie was one of 15 people arrested following a summer of violence in 2005 between the Nine Trey Gangsters, Sex Money Murder and Gangster Killer Bloods gangs. He was accused of firing shots at the home of a Gangster Killer Bloods member on Aug. 28, 2005.
He was also accused of threatening Bernard Green, 29, a.k.a. Petey Black, a “five-star general” in the Gangster Killer Bloods or G-Shine set who ran the gang's drug trade and ordered the violence toward rival gangs, according to the attorney general's office.
Green and 13 other alleged Gangster Killer Bloods gang members were charged with first-degree racketeering, three counts of murder, seven counts of attempted murder, and five counts of conspiracy to commit murder.
In addition, Green and 10 other alleged gang members were charged with conspiring to unlawfully possess, use and traffic in guns. Green was personally charged with being a leader of organized crime and with numerous narcotics and weapons offenses.
Green is scheduled to be in Superior Court in Mercer County tomorrow for a hearing on pending charges.
Those killed in the violent gang battle included 22-year-old Sharee Voorhees, a bystander who was shot Aug. 28, 2005 on Monmouth Street by men who were targeting a nearby car that the gunmen believed was occupied by members of the Nine Trey Gangsters.
Green and Keith "Droop" Parker, 30, are charged in the slaying of Voorhees. Green is also charged in the June 25, 2005 killing of Otis Jones, 26, who was shot to death for showing disrespect to gang members after he was robbed of a gold necklace, according to the attorney general's office.


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