Three Paterson men have been arrested in connection with a quadruple shooting on 10th Avenue, according to the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office.
Police charged Elijah McQueen, 32, Quicson McLeod, 38, and Shamar Huntley, 28, with attempted murder and weapons offenses.
McQueen was arrested in Piscataway by the US Marshals Service NY/NJ Regional Fugitive Task Force – Newark Division on Thursday, authorities said.
Authorities said McQueen was also charged with drug possession.
Huntley and McLeod were also charged with certain persons not to have weapons.
Huntley is additionally charged with tampering with physical evidence and hindering apprehension.
McLeod was arrested on June 13 while Huntley was arrested on June 15. Both men were captured in Paterson.
Authorities said the three men were involved in the May 30 shooting that wounded four people on 10th Avenue and East 23rd Street.
McQueen, McLeod, and Huntley face lengthy prison terms if convicted on the charges.