The city has established a $15,000 “Stop the Killing Reward Fund” and is offering rewards for information that would lead to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the homicide of Joseph Tann, Kasiem McCaskill, and Genico Robinson, announced mayor Jose “Joey” Torres’s office on Wednesday afternoon.
Anyone who can provide information about any of the three homicides that results in an arrest and conviction will receive $5,000 reward per incident.
The fund was established through an anonymous donation and a private contribution from mayor Torres. It is being run by the Office of the Mayor, Ceasefire Unit, and the Safe City Initiative.
Those wishing to collect the reward and have information are asked to contact the Paterson Detective Bureau at (973) 321-1120, (973)523-TIPS, or online at the department’s Text for Tips program at www.patersonpd.com.
All information will be strictly confidential.