PATERSON, NJ- Tamaj Lemmon, 21, will spend 74 years in New Jersey State Prison for first degree Murder and related weapons offenses in the 2017 death of Vishon Randolph, 18, of Paterson, and the shooting of Zimere Kellam, 21, and Tyshon Daniels, 19, all of Paterson.

During the trial the jury heard evidence relating to the April 22, 2017 incident in which Lemmon, fired a handgun in the direction of the three men, striking Kellam, who was able to escape, in the lower back. Lemmon then approached Randolph, who was struck five times in his back and fired twice into his head while he lay on the ground. Tyshon Daniels was not struck or physically harmed.

The jury found Lemmon guilty on all counts on July 6.