An Atlantic City man potentially faces a decade behind bars after pleading guilty to an attempted murder charge.

On Wednesday, 27-year-old Marcus Seda pleaded guilty to first-degree attempted murder, second-degree possession of a firearm for an unlawful purpose, and second-degree aggravated assault charges.

Seda’s plea calls for a 10-year state prison sentence subject to the No Early Release Act, which would require him to serve at least 8 1/2 years before becoming eligible for parole.

Once paroled, Seda would be subject to five years of intensive supervision by the NJ Department of Corrections.

Shots fired in Atlantic City

Seda admitted he fired six shots into a vehicle with the intent to kill the driver in Pleasantville on October 14th, 2021.

Investigators linked Seda to the shooting after finding that he had left his cell phone at the scene before fleeing.

Second case

Seda also pled guilty to second-degree aggravated assault charge in a second case, admitting that he fired a handgun in Atlantic City on December 17th, 2021, with the intent to seriously injure the intended target.

Sentencing is scheduled for October 4th.

A walk around the closed Atlantic Club Casino in Atlantic City

The Atlantic Club closed in January 2014 and not much has happened there since.

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