Former GS9 Member Given 98 Year Sentence For Attempted Murder Charges
Twenty-four year old Rashid Derissant, former members of GS9, was slapped with a 98 and 1/3 year prison sentence Tuesday, (May 17) for several charges he will serve consecutively. According to reports, Derissant’s gang related charges include attempted murder, murder, assault and conspiracy.
In February 2013, Derissant gunned down a rival gang member inside a bodega store, and attempted to kill three others in the same incident. Derissant’s violent rap sheet doesn’t end there. In July 2014, he shot an innocent bystander, a 22 year old woman in the neck.
Bobby Shurmda, real name Ackquille Pollard, who rose to fame for his inescapable street anthem “Hot N—a” will face the same charges in September.