An Atlantic City man shot in the leg Wednesday night was the victim of a shooting three years ago that included the still-unsolved killing of another man.
Jermaine Reynolds, 23, was found wounded near Schoolhouse Apartments after police received a report of shots fired in Stanley Holmes Village at 10:14 p.m., Sgt. Monica McMenamin said.
Reynolds did not provide any information on the person who shot him, McMenamin said. His wound is not considered life threatening.
Reynolds was 20 when he and three other men were wounded by gunfire Aug. 27, 2009. Mustafa Bundy later died from his injuries. Reynolds had wounds to his right leg and foot. Kendal Hudgins, another of the men wounded in that attack, was killed 45 minutes into this year. No arrests have been made in either killing.
In 2003, Reynolds’ uncle, former Atlantic City High School football standout Jamar Reynolds, was killed when a passenger in another car opened fired as he drove on the White Horse Pike crossing the border into Atlantic City. That crime has never been solved.
Anyone with information about Wednesday’s shooting is asked to call Atlantic City police at 609-347-5766. Information may also be sent anonymously through the city's tip411 system, just start the message with the keyword ACPD.
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