Paterson drug dealer pointed gun at passing vehicle, police say | Paterson Times

Paterson drug dealer pointed gun at passing vehicle, police say


Three alleged drug dealers were arrested, including one who pointed a handgun at a passing vehicle, on Governor Street, according to public safety director Jerry Speziale.

Raekwon Everett, 20, of Paterson; Tyjier Sisco, 19, of Paterson; and a 17-year-old Paterson boy, were allegedly engaging in a drug distribution operation on Governor and Carroll streets on Friday.

Everett was observed pulling out a handgun from his waist and pointing it at a passing vehicle. Police quickly moved in and placed all three under arrest.

Police seized a 380 caliber HighPoint semiautomatic handgun and two rounds. Police also seized 17 pieces of crack cocaine and 54 glassine envelopes of heroin.

Sisco was charged with several drug offenses. Everett and the 17-year-old were charged with drugs and weapons offenses, police said.

  • John

    By the time you read this article all 3 are out of jail with not having to even post any bail. Thank you to all the Democrat elected officials.

    • Paterson Resident

      It's a dam shame

    • alonzo scripps

      Yeah John, think it is rediculous now, wait a while, the governor and "our Representatives" arel eagalizing Marijuana, they see 3oo million in tax revenues from the sale. The big picture they always miss, the illegal stuff will always be cheaper and more powerful. Just think how many drivers of big rigs and buses will now pass the Drug test and drive with a little buzz.

    • Resident41

      Well they whore on a Autonomous Zone so you could be right.

    • Mike Jone

      You are the same one going to demonstrate about your rights are being trembled on.

  • HankMorgan

    The police have a heavy and obvious electronic surveillance presence all over that block. The story makes it sound like the cops were observing the dealing and swooped out of their hidey hole mobile command center when the weapon appeared. Am I wrong? It seems like the dealing hasn’t stopped even though every street has cameras, etc. All the Broadway action has just moved a block in and is more open air than before.