Two Atlantic City men are facing a 67-count indictment for gang criminality, weapons offenses, attempted murder, and drug charges.

Acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Cary Shill says a grand jury handed up the indictment against 22-year-old Quashawn Harris and 20-year-old Saalih Davis, both of Atlantic City, on Thursday.

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Shill's office says, "This cooperative, long-term investigation was in relation to multiple interconnected shootings and gun crimes that occurred in Atlantic City between January 2021 and May 2021. The investigation resulted in the seizure of four semiautomatic handguns."

The 67-count indictment includes the following charges for both Harris and Davis:

  • Gang Criminality
  • Promoting Organized Street Crime
  • Attempted Murder
  • Aggravated Assault
  • Unlawful Possession of a Handgun
  • Possession of a Firearm for Unlawful Purposes
  • Resisting Arrest
  • Large Capacity Ammunition Magazine
  • Hollow Point Ammunition
  • Receiving Stolen Property
  • Possession of CDS
  • Use of a Juvenile in the Commission of a Crime
  • Certain Person Not to Have Weapons

Harris was arrested back in February and Davis in May. Both are currently being held in the Atlantic County Justice Facility.

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