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Paterson Police Net 24 Counts of Drug Charges Near Schools in Weekly 'Narco Sweep'

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PATERSON, N.J. - Paterson Police arrested 24 people and took hundreds of pills, packets of heroin, and bags of marijuana off the street last week.

Police director Jerry Speziale said in a statement of his officers "These men and women continue to fight against illegal drugs in our goal to make a drug-free Paterson".

Here is the report they released to the media for Narcotics Violations March 7, 2017 – March 13, 2017:

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March 7, 2017

43-45 Jasper St.(1830hrs.)

 

John Lacitignola

28 Albion Ave.

Paterson, NJ

DOB: 1/31/1961

 

Possession of 3 glassine envelopes of heroin

 

Mario Santos

43-45 Jasper St. 1st fl.

Paterson, NJ

DOB: 8/21/1972

 

Possession of 22 glassine envelopes of heroin

Sale of 3 glassine envelopes of heroin to John Lacitignola

Sale of same within 1,000ft. of PS #5

Intent to distribute 19 glassine envelopes of heroin

Intent to distribute same within 1,000ft. of PS #5

 

284 Trenton Ave. (2030hrs.)

 

Mathew C. Gutierrez

299 Richmond Ave.

Paterson, NJ

DOB: 6/14/1996

 

Possession of 3 baggies of marijuana

Intent to distribute same

Intent to distribute same within 1,000ft. of PS #25

Possession of drug paraphernalia

 

$388.00 was confiscated as drug proceeds

 

March 9, 2017

 

North 11th St. & Clinton St.(2119hrs.-2123hrs.)

 

Makesha C. Singh

208 Belmont Ave. 1st fl.

Haledon, NJ

DOB: 11/30/1989

 

Possession of 1 baggie of marijuana

Possession of 43 glassine envelopes of heroin 

Intent to distribute same

Possession of 28 Xanax pills

Intent to distribute same

 

$167.00 was confiscated as drug proceeds

 

Jordan J. Serrano

489 Belmont Ave.

Haledon, NJ
DOB: 6/2/1994

 

Possession of 1 baggie of marijuana

Possession of 43 glassine envelopes of heroin 

Intent to distribute same

Possession of 28 Xanax pills

Intent to distribute same

 

Shaheed Jackson

45 Katz Ave.

Paterson, NJ

DOB: 7/22/1980

 

Possession of 21 baggies of marijuana

Sale of 1 baggie to Makesha Singh

Intent to distribute 20 baggies of marijuana

 

$309.00 was confiscated as drug proceeds

 

March 10, 2017

 

74 Lyon St. (1850hrs.-2225hrs.)

 

Thomas Schwarz

240 New Road

Parsippany, NJ

DOB: 8/23/1986

 

Possession of 60 glassine envelopes of heroin

Intent to distribute same 

Intent to distribute same within 1,000ft. of PS #10

Possession of 3 baggies of crack cocaine

 

Michael Tranchite

15 Sagamore Rd.

Parsippany, NJ

DOB: 10/2/1985

 

Possession of 60 glassine envelopes of heroin

Intent to distribute same 

Intent to distribute same within 1,000ft. of PS #10

Possession of 3 baggies of crack cocaine

 

Amanda M. North

258 Well Road

Greeley, PA.

DOB: 5/14/1988

 

Possession of 160 glassine envelopes of heroin

Intent to distribute same 

Intent to distribute same within of PS #10

 

William C. Braxton

502 Mockingbird Lane

Lake Ariel, PA.

DOB: 3/6/1989

 

Possession of 160 glassine envelopes of heroin

Intent to distribute same 

Intent to distribute same within of PS #10

 

Gianna M. Rose

102 Tulip St.

Dingmans Ferry, PA.

DOB: 10/8/1996

 

Possession of 160 glassine envelopes of heroin

Intent to distribute same 

Intent to distribute same within of PS #10

 

Michael Scurto

258 Well Road

Greeley, PA.

DOB: 11/23/1989

 

Possession of 160 glassine envelopes of heroin

Intent to distribute same 

Intent to distribute same within of PS #10

 

Shaquille J. Murphy

392 River St. apt. #1R

Paterson, NJ

DOB: 7/28/1993

 

Possession of 900 glassine envelopes of heroin

Sale of 60 glassines to Schwarz & Tranchite

Sale of same within 1,000ft. of PS #10

Sale of 160 glassines to Scarto, Braxton, North & Rose

Sale of same within 1,000ft. of PS #10

Intent to distribute 680 glassine envelopes of heroin

Intent to distribute same within 1,000ft. of PS #10

Possession of 101 baggies of crack cocaine

Sale of 3 baggies to Schwarz & Tranchite

Sale of same within1,000ft. of PS #10

Intent to distribute 98 baggies of crack cocaine

Intent to distribute same within1,000ft. of PS #10 

Possession of drug paraphernalia

Resisting arrest (by flight)

 

$12,617.00 was confiscated as drug proceeds

 

March 13, 2017

 

259 Broadway (1650hrs.)

 

Jaquile A. Joyner

132 Governor St. apt. #2

Paterson, NJ

DOB: 10/11/1998

 

Possession of 50 glassine envelopes of heroin

Intent to distribute same 

Intent to distribute same within 1,000ft. of PS #6

Intent to distribute same within 500ft. of the Paterson Public Library

 

$124.00 was confiscated as drug proceeds

 

Jeremiah Rosada (Juv.)

196 Governor St. 2nd fl.

Paterson, NJ

DOB: 11/08/2002

 

Possession of 24 glassine envelopes of heroin

Intent to distribute same 

Intent to distribute same within 1,000ft. of PS #6

Intent to distribute same within 500ft. of the Paterson Public Libraray

 

$57.00 was confiscated as drug proceeds

 

Isaiah A. Johnson (Juv.)

343 Market St. 2nd fl.

Paterson, NJ

DOB: 11/24/1999

 

Possession of 23 glassine envelopes of heroin

Intent to distribute same 

Intent to distribute same within 1,000ft. of PS #6

Intent to distribute same within 500ft. of the Paterson Public Libraray

 

$47.00 was confiscated as drug proceeds

 

Dashawn Rhoden (Juv.)

300 East 31st St.

Paterson, NJ

DOB: 4/5/1999

 

Possession of 15 small baggies of crack cocaine

Intent to distribute same 

Intent to distribute same within 1,000ft. of PS #6

Intent to distribute same within 500ft. of the Paterson Public Libraray

 

$35.00 was confiscated as drug proceeds

 

315 Park Ave. (1211hrs.-1340hrs.)

 

Bryant Nevers

831 East 27th St.

Paterson, NJ

DOB: 1/8/1997

 

Possession of 50 glassine envelopes of heroin

Intent to distribute same 

Intent to distribute same within 1,000ft. of PS #13

 

$113.00 was confiscated as drug proceeds

 

Karon S. Nevers

24 Lexington Ave.

Paterson, NJ

DOB: 3/7/1993

 

Possession of 50 glassine envelopes of heroin

Intent to distribute same 

Intent to distribute same within 1,000ft. of PS #13

 

$298.00 was confiscated as drug proceeds

 

Olivia A. Nevers

735 East 23rd St. 2nd fl.

Paterson, NJ

DOB: 10/31/1998

 

Possession of 89 glassine envelopes of heroin

Sale of 39 glassines to D. Restivo & M. Restivo

Sale of same within 1,000ft. of Ps #13

Sale of 50 glassines to B. Nevers and K. Nevers

Sale of same within 1,000ft. of PS #13

Possession of 8 baggies of marijuana (under 50grams)

Intent to distribute same 

Intent to distribute same within 1,000ft. of PS #13

 

Yasmine Wilson

315 Park Ave. apt. #5

Paterson, NJ

DOB: 8/14/1989

 

Possession of drug paraphernalia

 

Mark J. Restivo

44 Ridgedale Ave.

Morristown, NJ

DOB: 4/15/1990

 

Possession of 39 glassine envelopes of heroin

 

David J. Restivo

66 Foxchase Lane

Ledgewood, NJ

DOB: 9/8/1992

 

Possession of 39 glassine envelopes of heroin

 

Jauan Brown

315 Park Ave. apt. #3

Paterson, NJ

DOB: 1/22/1996

 

Unlawful possession of a firearm (S&W Body Guard .380cal. ser. #KAN8267

Possession of a firearm while committing a CDS offense

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Receiving stolen property (above listed hangun

Possession of 45 baggies of marijuana

Intent to distribute same 

Intent to distribute same within 1,000ft. of PS #13

 

 

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