PATERSON, N.J. – A Paterson man convicted on charges of selling heroin still has two more cases pending, authorities noted.
Jurors in Paterson also found 43-year-old Gregory King guilty of resisting arrest and a crime known as “wandering to commit controlled dangerous substance offenses” while clearing him of a single charge of possessing heroin with the intent to sell it within 1,000 feet of Public School No. 6.
Detectives arrested King after they said they caught him selling drugs on the corner of Carroll Street and Godwin Avenue in June 2013, Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia M. Valdes said.
King ran but was taken into custody after a brief struggle, she said.
A judge allowed King to remain free on bail pending sentencing, scheduled for Jan. 6, 2017.
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