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Saturday, 28 March 2009

Sex Money Murder Sentenced David J. Garmon, 24, of Seminole Trail, to serve 13 years before being eligible for parole.

Sentenced David J. Garmon, 24, of Seminole Trail, to the term that will require him to serve 13 years before being eligible for parole. The sentence was negotiated as part of Garmon's plea deal on charges filed by both the state Attorney General's Office and the Burlington County Prosecutor's Office. Garmon told the judge he would get a new lawyer and appeal. In December, he pleaded guilty to weapon and drug charges stemming from an investigation into the Sex Money Murder set of the Bloods street gang, authorities said. It was part of a broader investigation by the New Jersey State Police Organized Crime Control Bureau - Street Gangs Central Unit and the Division of Criminal Justice Gangs & Organized Crime Bureau into the criminal activities of the Sex Money Murder set. As a result of the investigation, detectives stopped a vehicle in which Garmon was a passenger on Feb. 27, 2008, and Garmon was arrested on outstanding warrants. He was found to be in possession of a .45-caliber semiautomatic handgun.Garmon was convicted of aggravated assault in 2004 in Burlington County and therefore was prohibited as a felon from possessing a gun. On Aug. 8, 2008, members of the Pemberton Township Police Department, the Burlington County Prosecutor's Narcotics Task Force and the State Police Teams "C" Unit executed search warrants in the Browns Mills section of Pemberton Township at homes on Trenton Road and Seminole Trail. Garmon and Rhasaun Conover, 27, of Trenton were arrested in the raids. Officers seized drugs, cash, handguns, a stun gun, ammunition, a digital scale and drug paraphernalia during the raids. At the time, police described both as gang members.
Deputy Attorney General Philip S. Aronow told the judge Garmon continued to rack up charges while out on bail. "On each occasion that he was released, he was able to get a new weapon," he said. "Clearly, he's a danger to the community."
Over the past year, several reported members of Sex Money Murder have been arrested and prosecuted, resulting in convictions with lengthy prison sentence for some ranking members."This case is an excellent example of how we are operating throughout the state, working together across all levels of law enforcement to target street gangs and individuals who bring guns and drugs into our communities," said Attorney General Anne Milgram. "This defendant will be going to prison for a long time."


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