Two Gwinnett County gang members, Bruce Rykeisedagiquan Chambers, 22, along with Ishmael Abdultaliv Salaam, 28 have sentenced to years in jail. The Gwinnett County District Attorney’s Office released this information recently. Both the men have received several lifetimes’ worth of prison. They have been accused of several charges for meeting this fate.
Sentenced To Several Years in Jail
Bruce Rykeisedagiquan Chambers has been sentenced to life without the possibility of parole plus 245 years in jail. Ishmael Abdultaliv Salaam has been sentenced to life without the possibility of parole plus 100 years in prison.
Charges Against The Convicts
Moreover, both men have been involved in several gruesome crimes. Chambers has been accused of seriously injuring a man of 20 in the year 2017 after shooting him and a gang-related armed robbery along with Ishmael Abdultaliv Salaam. The theft was approved and overseen by Salaam. In addition to this, Chambers has been convicted of 12 more felonies, while Salaam has been convicted of six.
The men were involved in illegal procuration of marijuana. This incident took place on July 31, 2017. They were meeting another gang member named Frantz Blake. During the drug purchase, Chambers pulled out his gun and pointed towards Blake. He then shot Blake in his chest. Both of them left the scene of the crime after this.
Although, Salaam was a reputed member of Georgia. He was responsible for green-lighting criminal activity by the members of the 64 Brims. He was convicted for armed robbery, five counts of violating street gang terrorism and prevention act. While Chambers was convicted of armed robbery, assault, possession of a firearm and 11 counts of violating the street gang terrorism.
However, Gwinnett Police had carried out the investigation into this case involving two huge criminals. They were both sentenced by Judge Debra K. Turner.