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Sunday, 18 March 2012

Gangster Disciple Darnell Nolley was found guilty for orchestrating a March 28, 2011, shooting in Monroe but recently pleaded guilty to a lot more

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Darnell Nolley was found guilty for orchestrating a March 28, 2011, shooting in Monroe but recently pleaded guilty to a lot more. Nolley was found guilty March 8 by a jury in Walton County on charges of attempted armed robbery, aggravated assault, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, obstruction and 17 counts of violating the Street Gang Terrorism and Prevention Act. During his sentencing last week, the 24-year-old Covington resident also entered a guilty plea to a case of armed robbery in Newton County and a drug-related arrest. The story begins on March 28, 2011, when Nolley and two other Gangster Disciples broke into a house in Newton County and robbed two juveniles at gunpoint. One of the items taken in the armed robbery was a 9 mm. Two days later, Nolley put together a group of about eight people to travel to Walton County. This group would end up being responsible for a shooting of 32-year-old Monroe resident, who was shot about 4 inches above his ankle after being confronted by a group of males while he was walking along Springer Street. As the suspects attempted to flee, law enforcement caught up with them along Highway 11 south between Monroe and Social Circle after the car turned down a dead end road. Two were arrested and eventually Nolley was named as the ringleader of the operation. It took two more days before U.S. Marshals kicked down the door of a Rockdale County hotel room and arrested Nolley, who was out on bond after being arrested for a series of burglaries in Newton County. The victim was eventually able to identify Nolley as one of his assailants after being on the cover of Bad and Busted for a March 4, 2011, arrest in Social Circle. There Nolley reportedly ran a stop sign while driving on a suspended license and a search of the vehicle found marijuana and prescription pills. All told, the self-admitted member of the Gangster Disciples received 40 years for the shooting in Monroe, life plus five years for the Newton County incident and 15 years for his arrest in Social Circle. The sentences will be served concurrent and Nolley will be eligible for parole in 30 years.

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