Paterson police catch one of three attempted murder suspects

by Incarcerated Flavors

My home town is going to be under Marshall in in about two more generations. Create jobs and tangible education is the key. The solution is not prison and the grave yard but a drastic look into the community its self and what is the local officials doing beside trying to fight fire with fire. Anger is those that suffer in poverty as those that have look upon us with the so called nothings in life that the angered die to obtain.

P-Town Stand the fuck up….We Dying….

Monday, December 23, 2013    Last updated: Monday December 23, 2013, 7:04 PM


PATERSON – City police arrested 19-year-old Karan Abrams shortly after noon on Monday and charged him with attempted murder in connection with a shooting Saturday afternoon on Godwin Avenue.

Karan Abrams, 19.
Karan Abrams, 19.

Related: Paterson police ID three attempted murder suspects in Saturday shooting

Police said the arrest was made on Governor Street by officers from the Cease-Fire unit and Criminal Investigations division.

Two other suspects in the shooting remain at-large. City police are still looking for 20-year-old Mark A. Edwards and 18-year-old Keshawn Frazier, who also face attempted murder charges. Authorities are offering $1,000 to anyone who provides information on their whereabouts.

Police have released few details of the shooting, which happened at about 4:15 p.m. on Godwin, between Rosa Parks Boulevard and Carroll Street. The 19-year-old victim, whose name has not been released, was shot in the forehead, upper back and lower back, police said. He underwent extensive surgery and is currently listed in stable but extremely critical condition, according to police.

The incident was one of three separate shootings that left four people wounded in a 27-hour period over the weekend.  Police have not said whether any of the shootings were connected to each other.

At 4:30 a.m. on Saturday, two men were wounded in a drive-by shooting outside an open chicken restaurant at the corner of Rosa Parks Boulevard and Hamilton Street. At 1:30 p.m. on Friday, a Wayne man was shot by an acquaintance while they were walking on Grand Street. The victims in those two incidents did not suffer life-threatening wounds, police said.

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