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New York Man Arrested, Charged with Stabbing, Aggravated Assault in Paramus


The Paramus Police Department announces the arrest of Kevin Reid, 38, of Far Rockaway NY, for the stabbing and aggravated assault of a gas station attendant at the Speedway Gas Station located at 56 Route 17 southbound.

According to police, on Wednesday, June 9, at approximately 1:23 pm, Paramus Police officers responded to the Speedway Station in regards to a stabbing. 

Police said that upon arrival officers found the victim, identified as Speedway gas attendant, Sevaughn Hutchison, 23, of East Orange in the parking lot bleeding from a stab wound to his chest. 

According to police, officers and EMS immediately began medical treatment on Mr. Hutchison and transported him to Hackensack University Medical Center where he is in stable condition.

At the same time, officers took Kevin Reid into custody for stabbing the attendant. Officers were able to determine that Mr. Reid and the attendant had a verbal argument over the use of Reid’s Speedway pass, police said. 

According to police, the argument escalated into a physical fight and at some point, Reid stabbed the attendant. Reid remained at the scene. Reid was initially brought to New Bridge Medical Center for a medical condition then was transported to Paramus Police Headquarters where he was booked and processed. 

According to police, Reid was arrested and charged on June 9, with Aggravated assault and Possession of weapon.

Reid was then remanded to the Bergen County Jail pending a bail hearing, police said.