Atlantic County, New Jersey Prosecutor Will Reynolds has achieved two more guilty pleas from Atlantic City violent offenders.

“On October 12, 2022, two men pled guilty to their involvement in a string of gang-motivated crimes committed on behalf of the gang known as Head Shot Gang, a.k.a., Front Street, that occurred between January and May 2021 in Atlantic City,” said Reynolds.

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Quashawn Harris, 23, of Atlantic City, pled guilty to a myriad of charges, including:

  • first-degree promoting organized street crime.
  • first-degree conspiracy to commit murder.
  • first-degree attempted murder.
  • first-degree use of a jjuvenile in the commission of a crime.
  • second-degree possession of a handgun for unlawful purposes.
  • second-degree community gun.
  • second-degree certain person not to possess a firearm.
  • third-degree receiving stolen property.
  • fourth-degree aggravated assault by pointing a handgun.
  • fourth-degree resisting arrest.
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Saalih Davis, 21, of Atlantic City, pled guilty to:

  • first-degree conspiracy to commit murder.
  • first-degree attempted murder.
  • first-degree use of a juvenile in the commission of a crime.
  • second-degree possession of a handgun for unlawful purposes.
  • second-degree community gun.
  • third-degree hindering apprehension.
  • fourth-degree aggravated assault by pointing a handgun.

Reynolds has confirmed that “The plea agreements call for the defendants to both be sentenced to an aggregate term of 20 years in New Jersey State Prison with 15 years of parole ineligibility pursuant to the No Early Release Act.”

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The defendants will be sentenced before New Jersey Superior Court Judge Pamela D'Arcy, on Wednesday, December 7, 2022.

Reynolds has confirmed that the defendants will be housed in the Atlantic County Justice Facility until sentencing.

This has been a joint law enforcement investigation by the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office and the Violent Crimes Unit of the Atlantic City Police Department, along with the Intelligence Unit of the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office.

Allison Eiselen, Chief Assistant Prosecutor is representing  the State of New Jersey in this case.

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