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32 Glassines of Heroin and 648 Grams of Marijuana Seized by Police Upon Arrest of 5 Men in Paterson


On 5/15/17 Paterson Narcotics Detectives conducted an investigation of 377 E. 29th Street between 10th & 11th Avenue in response to a citizen complaint regarding drug dealing at the location. The investigation subsequently resulted in the following arrests and evidence seized.


Jeffrey Spurlock, Hewitt, NJ DOB 09/16/1968

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Basil Rowe, Paterson, NJ  DOB 06/14/1990         

Rashawn Myrie, Paterson, NJ DOB: 01/24/1989

Oneil Grant, Paterson, NJ  DOB: 03/30/1972           

Michael Lewis Paterson, NJ DOB: 12/29/1975

EVIDENCE:  (8) glassines of heroin

                        (11) bags of marijuana weighing (648) grams

                       Drug paraphernalia


(Spurlock) Possession of (8) glassines of heroin

(Rowe) Possession of (8) glassines of heroin

Sale of (8) glassines of heroin to Spurlock

Sale of (8) glassines of heroin to Spurlock within 1000ft of PS#1

Possession of (11) bags of marijuana weighing (648) grams

Intent to distribute same

Intent to distribute same within 1000ft of PS# 1

Possession of drug paraphernalia


(Myrie, Grant, Lewis)

Possession of (11) bags of marijuana weighing (648) grams

Intent to distribute same

Intent to distribute same within 1000ft of PS#1

Possession of drug paraphernalia 

MONEY CONFISCATED: (Myrie) $220.00     (Lewis) $245.00


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