Herman Highshaw sentenced to 22 1/2 years for crimes targeting drug dealers

Herman Highshaw

MILWAUKEE — Herman Highshaw was sentenced on Friday, Sept. 20 to 22 1/2 years in prison and another 15 years of extended supervision for his role in a series of violent crimes that targeted drug dealers from December 2016 through May 2016.

Highshaw pleaded guilty in August to charges of 2nd-degree reckless homicide and mutilating a corpse. A third charge in the case was dismissed.

Highshaw was charged with two other men — Akeam Williams and Shundal Joshua — in this case. Prosecutors say this “robbery crew” targeted drug dealers in the city.  Their victims included Demetrius Baker, who was found fatally shot in front of a residence near 6th and Wright in Milwaukee in December 2015, Landray Harris, who was fatally shot at Richards and Hadley in May 2016, and Damarion Allen, who was shot and burned and found near Appleton and Burleigh — also in May 2016.

Herman Highshaw, Shundale Joshua, Akeam Williams

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