A fourth member of Syracuse's Bricktown street gang pleaded guilty this morning to racketeering charges in federal court for alleged acts that included murder, drug trafficking and robbery, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Jaycee Floyd, 22, of Syracuse, pleaded guilty to conspiring with other gang members to commit criminal acts starting in 2000. An indictment naming 13 alleged gang members accuses them of two murder, eight other shootings, two knifings, seven instances of illegal gun possession and 12 acts possessing or selling crack cocaine.
One of the homicide victims was 20-month-old Rashaad Walker Jr., who was killed in November when Bricktown member Saquan Evans fired a gun into the back of a minivan in retaliation for a gang-related shooting two days earlier, the indictment said.
Floyd faces up to life in prison and a $250,000 fine with sentenced.
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