Paterson teen, twice arrested with guns, pleads guilty | Paterson Times

Paterson teen, twice arrested with guns, pleads guilty


A teenager pleaded guilty to gun possession in New Jersey Superior Court on Monday morning.

Cornell Day, 19-year-old, of Paterson, pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of a weapon. Under the plea deal, he will serve five years in state prison. He will be eligible for parole after 42 months.

On February 5, 2021, he was a passenger in a vehicle on East 22nd Street. He allegedly had a handgun in his possession, he admitted in court.

On April 13, 2021, he was on Jefferson and North Main streets. He had a gun in his fanny pack, he admitted.

Day went up to the 11th grade, he said in court.

Day is scheduled to be sentenced on December 17 at 9 a.m.

  • Javi Chino Vargas

    Yupp ,the future of our nation

  • John

    Got to love Democrat ran cities.

    • MarquinhoGaucho

      Go to Mississippi Loser-iana Texas, GOP run states , guns are much more available to everyone , much higher murder rates

      • John

        Ues guns are much more available. Problem is all these loser cities are Democrat ran. Name one Republican ran ghetto city. You mention Texas, u must not know where America's best reside. Stay in Paterson, low life