The ACS tally continues to grow. We are still getting information about Owen Carr's (left) arrest, but Jimmy McBride's (right) situation is pretty much fleshed out.
One People's Project
Two members of the Atlantic City “Skinheads” (ACS) have been arrested and charged with assault in two separate incidents over the past two weeks.
On Jan. 13, James McBride, 33 of Atlantic City was arrested by police in Egg Harbor Township, NJ and charged with aggravated assault for allegedly assaulting a 22-year-old Mays Landing man at the Library Pub at McCollough’s Emerald Links Golf Course. The victim, according to news reports had injuries to his head and face, and was treated at Shore Medical Center in Somers Point, NJ. Mc Bride is currently being held at Atlantic County jail in lieu of 25,000 bail.
On Jan. 11, ACS member Owen Carr was also arrested on a domestic violence incident reportedly involving the mother of his children. Charged with simple assault and released within hours, he is reportedly scheduled to appear in court on Feb. 17.
ACS is the oldest and most violent bonehead crew in the state of New Jersey. Last month Chris Ising was arrested along with Aryan Terror Brigade (ATB) member Michal Gunar on charges that they attacked three Middle Eastern men in Sayreville, NJ on New Year’s Eve 2011. ACS members were also involved in the 2005 carjacking and murder of a black woman in Mays Landing, NJ and the 1993 beating death of a 75-year-old Black man in Atlantic City. The group’s leader Brian Bradley, who was struck and killed by lightning while working on the new Revel Casino in Sept. 2011, was nonetheless honored by his union last year with an inclusion on a memorial for fallen workers in Atlantic City.