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Tuesday, 2 August 2011

Police had blamed G-Shine and the other gang — Sex, Money, Murder — for much of the violence that had rocked the Queen City in the previous year.

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Haleem "Holler" McCoy, 27, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Susan D. Wigenton in Newark to distributing about 56 grams of a powder that contained cocaine, Fishman said. McCoy sold the drugs to an FBI informant for $2,500, according to authorities.
McCoy was one of several alleged members and associates of Plainfield’s G-Shine Bloods set arrested in January. The arrests were the result of a yearlong investigation by local police detectives and FBI agents, authorities said at the time.
He now faces a sentence of five to 40 years in prison and a fine of up to $2 million when he is sentenced on Nov. 7.
The G-Shine set that authorities say McCoy led is one of the two rival gangs that declared a public truce in May. Police had blamed G-Shine and the other gang — Sex, Money, Murder — for much of the violence that had rocked the Queen City in the previous year.

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