Update: RT Raeshawn Wilson Jr. was sentenced to 20 years in prison.
BATAVIA (FOX19) -- History made in Clermont County as it handles its first ever gang-related prosecution on Friday.
RT Raeshawn Wilson Jr. could face more than 50 years in prison on 34 gang-related involving his leadership of the “Get-It-Quick Gang.”
A division of the Bloods, the Get-It-Quick Gang first surfaced in April 2012 in Union Township, Clermont County.
Wilson and three of his recruits were arrested after they robbed, beat, and held a man at gunpoint at the Piccadilly Apartments.
This is also the apartment complex where the Get-It-Quick Gang was based.
All four were arrested shortly after the incident.
Three days later, the Clermont County Narcotics Unit served multiple search warrants, obtaining drugs, money, and eventually recovering a gun from a pond 20 miles away from the apartment complex.