It is rather surprising what you can find with just a bit of poking around. At first we thought we had just found another inmate with a Thugbook page and a contraband cell phone to report to SCDC. After doing just that we poked around on his page a bit and discovered a lot of information in relation to a local gang.
This is going to be a long one. Grab a cup of coffee or a beer, get a snack and settle in for a bit of an education. In fact, we will have to break this up into multiple posts.
Let’s deal with the inmate first. His name is Cameron Rashad McCue, but you can find him on Thugbook under the name “Cam Gang Gang“. He is doing time at SCDC’s Tyger River Correctional Institution on convictions out of Charleston and Dorchester counties of Possession of a Stolen Vehicle, Possession of Crack and Distribution of Cocaine. You citizens will be happy to know he is eligible for parole in June and maxes out his sentences in October.
McCue hasn’t exactly been a model prisoner and has continued his criminal behavior bars. He has been in trouble for refusing to obey orders, smuggling contraband, fighting and assault correctional officers.
The most interesting part of the above disciplinary record is the entry from May of 2009. That entry stands for, “Unauthorized Membership or Participation in a Threat Group”. A threat group is corrections terminology for a gang. More on his gang affiliations later.
It looks like McCue tried to participate in some educational activities. That lasted less than a month and he was terminated from the program when he was caught smuggling contraband in July of 2013.
McCue last posted to his own Thugbook page on 19 December using an Alcatel Mobile cell phone. He just wanted to let everyone know he was getting out soon.
On 10 December, posting from the same cell phone, he asked a stupid question. Might be time for some self-examination, McCue.
He thought he might be cool if he posted a picture in November.
McCue posted this picture of some of his ecstasy back in July of 2012. Seems like possession of a controlled substance, or the mere suggestion of it, would violate his probation, but we all know the Department of Probation & Parole is extremely underfunded and the officers have caseloads so huge they can’t even check on a thug’s Thugbook page from time to time.
Here is a shot from July of 2011 with McCue wearing what we assume is his “tactical” drug dealing gear.
Note the references in the comments section to “cjtb” and “TOL”. Those are references to the
gang neighborhood social group of thugs you will be reading about. Let’s look at McCue’s criminal history first since he will be released soon and you need to know what you will be dealing with.
2004 Charges (Berkeley County):
Failure to Stop for Blue Light – Pled guilty. Sentenced by Judge Thomas “Felon’s Friend” Hughston to a YOA sentence not to exceed one to three years, which, of course, was immediately suspended in favor of two years of probation.
Burglary 1st (record incorrect) – Pled to down to Burglary 2nd Degree by the 9th Circuit Solicitor. Same sentence as above from the Felon’s Friend.
Hit and Run Involving Personal Injury – McCue struck and injured someone else while fleeing police. Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.
2006 Charges (Dorchester County):
PWID Crack Cocaine 1st Offense – Pled down to PWID Cocaine 1st Offense by the 1st Circuit Solicitor. Sentenced by Judge Diane Goodstein to seven years, suspended on three years probation. This probation was subsequently revoked.
2007 Charges (Charleston County):
PWID Ecstasy – Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor. Why? Because four days earlier McCue had been sentenced to three years probation in Dorchester County and the 9th Circuit Solicitor saw that as a way to get out of doing her job. This was done in spite of the fact that McCue repeatedly failed to appear in court on these charges and multiple bench warrants had to be issued.
Gotta clear that docket no matter what, right Scarlett?
2011 Charges (Charleston County):
2012 Charges (Charleston County):
1st Offense Possession of Marijuana - Pending. Had been rescheduled several times prior to McCue getting packed off to prison.
Possession of a Stolen Vehicle – Pled guilty. Sentenced by Judge Deadra Jefferson to three years.
Possession of Crack Cocaine – 1st Offense. Pled guilty. Sentenced to three years, concurrent.
It would have been nice to see some consecutive sentences, but those seem to be a rarity in our system.
Here is a better look at McCue. Trust us, you can’t miss him.
Now we should deal with those gang references we noted above. It seems the town of Lincolnville is crawling with
gang members a neighborhood social group who employ a variety of names. While reading you will see references by members to the names “TOL” (Town Of Lincolnville or Top Of da Line) and “CTJB” (Cut Throat Jack Boys)”. There will also be references to “Breadwinner Mafia” or “Breadwinna Family” or “Breadwinna Entertainment”. Of course, all of these names for this “neighborhood group” are nothing more than innocent “record labels” for their “rap careers”. You will see references to “2:23″ and “4.2.4″. You will also notice references to “74″ and see photos of the members of this gang neighborhood social group throwing up the pitchfork sign, among others. Both of those, along with certain terminology, are indicative of the Gangster Disciples/Folk gang neighborhood social club.
The first example we will use is a young fellow by the name of Makell Quentin Shuler. You can find him on Thugbook under the names “Kellsz Breadwinna G” and “LilKellsz Tol“. Well, you could find those pages until about 7:45 p.m. Tuesday night when they were deactivated.
Shuler just turned seventeen last September 30th, but as you will see from his “LilKellsz” page he has been claiming “TOL” and “CTJB” since at least 2010, when he was fourteen years old.
Shuler was arrested by Summerville PD in November of 2013 on weapons charges. Based on the public records available it looks like he was charged with Unlawful Carrying of a Pistol, Unlawful Possession of a Pistol (probably due to being prohibited by his age) and Possession of a Stolen Pistol. Judge Charlene Snowden set a $50,000 personal recognizance bond on each charge.
While out on that P.R. bond he was pulled over on 8 January and cited for open container in a motor vehicle and minor in possession of alcohol.
Nothing like a public admission of guilt to make the prosecution go a bit smoother.
Shuler can’t understand why the police would take his pistol away from him.
We wonder if this was the gun SPD popped him with.
Of course, his legal problems are the sole fault of the crackas.
You folks who have children who attend school with Shuler must be happy to know the school and the district allow
gang neighborhood social group clothing and hand signs in school.
As of 31 December, 2013 Shuler was claiming the claiming Gangster Disciple/Folk Nation as his
gang neighborhood social group.
He even had the Gangster Disciple six pointed star tattooed on.
Back in 2010 Shuler and his homeboys seemed to be unsure of what
street gang neighborhood social group they wanted to participate in, as evidenced by this reference to the Bloods.
Here he is flying his GD/Folk rag and claiming “Breadwinna” with his “2:23″ description.
Here a few more images of
gang neighborhood social group related apparel and signs to be found on Shuler’s pages.
Shuler and his boys like to display their pretend guns from time to time, even though they show off their real firearms on the internet quite frequently.
Shuler and his cronies like to display a lot of cash on their pages. No word yet on whether the Department of Revenue has been looking into how all of these “teens” are getting all this cash or whether they are reporting it.
Maybe all that cash has something to do with this.
Quite a few of the Lincolnville
gang neighborhood social group are behind bars at the moment.
That Keezy G fellow might ring a bell for readers who keep up with the news. There is a video of him shooting up a place called the “Game Room” on 20 December, 2012. He has been locked up on charges of attempted murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime since January of 2013 with a $100,000 bond.
You can find him on Thugbook at “Keezy Topshotta G“.
As you can see from the record, Williams had a $200,000 bond set in February of 2013. He was granted a further bond reduction to a total of $100,000 in July of 2013 by Judge Stephanie McDonald.
Word on the street is Williams was due to be released on bond on January 25th, 2014. However, as of Tuesday morning, 29 January 2014 he was still locked up at the Al Cannon Detention Center.
Another interesting thing about this post is the link it provides between TOL CTJB and a North Charleston thug by the name of Alonzo Brown, aka “Liljack Neil DaRippa“. Later in this series you will also see that TOL has an apparent association with the Summatown
gang neighborhood social group and even some Trackside Bloods from the Brownsville neighborhood.
Let’s look at the criminal history of Williams.
2009 Charges (Dorchester County):
Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor – Dropped to Disorderly Conduct by the 1st Circuit Solicitor. Sentenced to time served by Judge Diane Goodstein.
Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor – Dismissed by the 1st Circuit Solicitor.
2011 Charges (Charleston County):
Possession of Crack Cocaine – Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor, but this one wasn’t her fault. The record indicates her office was unable to get discovery information from the Lincolnville P.D. We aren’t sure why that wasn’t possible since the department wasn’t shut down by Lincolnville residents until 2012.
Possession of a Stolen Vehicle – same disposition as above.
Here we see Williams’ jewelry which indicates membership in TOL.
And here we see Williams doing the ghetto squat on a nightstand and flashing the GD/Folk pitchforks. Notice the comments, particularly the one from Makell Shuler confirming the Folk street
gang neighborhood social group connection. You can find the meaning of the numbers he posted HERE.
Like most of the low intelligence thugs we feature, Williams likes to flash large stacks of cash and show off their gold teefs.
Apparently Williams actually does rap a bit. We listened to some of the stuff and would advise you not to waste your time. He seems to work with a fellow who goes by the name “Lane Boy G”. It appears they even used his mugshot and the evidence photo of Williams shooting up the Game Room on the back cover of a CD. Gotta have street cred to rap, right? What better way to get it than using a photo of yourself firing a handgun into a building filled with unarmed people.
“Lane Boy G“, real name Gerren Nelson, appears to be sort of a godfather to the Lincolnville
gang neighborhood social group.
Here is Nelson with his GD/Folk rag on display.
Even in shots taken for potential use on a CD they make their
gang neighborhood social group affiliation readily apparent. You gotta be in a gang neighborhood social group for listeners to take you seriously, right?
Nelson also likes to let everyone know he has a lot of cash on hand. Must be selling a lot of, ummm…..CD’s. Yeah, that’s it.
Nelson is still down for the
gang neighborhood social group.
Maybe we should review Nelson’s criminal history.
Armed Robbery – Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor. Notation states they were unable to locate the victim after two letting the charge pend for two years.
2006 Charges – while out on bond for the armed robbery charge:
PWID Marijuana – Pled down to 1st Offense Simple Possession of Marijuana by the 9th Circuit Solicitor. Sentence to 30 days time served by Judge Thomas “Felon’s Friend” Hughston.
PWID Marijuana Near a School – Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor. Record indicates “not indicted” as the reason, but a further review shows the dismissal was part of the sweet plea deal involving the charge above and charges from 2007.
Assault With Intent to Kill – Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor with the notation, “Insufficient evidence”.
Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor – Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor. Same notation as above.
PWID Crack Cocaine – Reduced to Possession of Crack by the 9th Circuit Solicitor. Sentenced by Judge Thomas “Felon’s Friend” Hughston to a YOA sentence not to exceed one to three years, suspended in favor of two years probation.
Assault & Battery With Intent to Kill – Reduced to Assault & Battery High & Aggravated Nature by the 9th Circuit Solicitor. Sentenced in September of 2010 to five years in prison by Judge Roger Young.
Hmmm…..Out in less than two. No wonder no one gets the message that crime doesn’t pay.
One of Nelson’s (c)rappin’ and
gang neighborhood social group buddies is Christopher Drain. We will start part II of this Lincolnville saga with his story.