Police & Fire

Six people shot in a Paterson club resulting in one death


Paterson, NJ – On May 28, 2017 at on or about 5:30 am there was report of a shooting in an unidentified club at 86 Main Street in the City of Paterson, which resulted in six people being shot and one death.

Upon arrival of the Paterson police departments the officers found a multiple people in the parking lot and inside the club that had been shot. Officers immediately rendered medical aid to the victims, and four were transported St. Joseph’s Hospital & Medical Center Emergency Room by Ambulance, while two arrived on their own. One victim was pronounced deceased at the hospital, however, notification to the family has not been made, and this person’s information will not be released at this time.

The Paterson Police Department Detective and the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office (PCPO) are presently conducting the investigation to the multiple shooting and homicide.

Anyone with any information please contact Lt. Daniel Rooney, D/Sgt. Abe Hamdeh, Det. Det. Steve Leishman, Det. Richard Martinez, and D/Sgt. Marco Alliano and Det. Anthony Aceste of the PCPO at the Paterson Police Detective Bureau  973-321-1120.

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