City Man Accused of Selling Fatal Heroin

December 6, 2012 at 12:48 PM


PATERSON, NJ - Authorities this week accused a 25-year-old city man of dealing heroin to someone who died of an overdose from the drugs, according to a story on

The alleged dealer, Quasheem Reels, 25, of North Fifth Street pleaded not guilty to charges of drug-induced death, possession of heroin and distribution of heroin, the story said.

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Authorities say Brian Marx, 26, of West Milford, died in April from heroin he bought from Reels, according to teh story.


Editor's Note: This article relies on information provided by law enforcement officials and the subjects are presumed innocent. If notified of changes to the charges or their outcome, will update this report.

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