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Crime Attorney General says stay-at-home violators will be charged

17:41  26 march  2020
17:41  26 march  2020 Source:   courierpostonline.com

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TRENTON - A Salem County man faces charges after he allegedly threw a house party in defiance of a statewide stay-at-home order.

Jacquon Jones, 37, was charged after police responded to a noise complaint at a Penns Grove home on Saturday night, according to the state Attorney General's Office.

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More than 30 people were attending a party inside a Lanning Avenue resident, the Attorney General's Office said in a statement.

"Party guests were making videos of the party to post on YouTube," the statement said.

It said Jacquon Jones, 37, was charged with a disorderly persons offense for violating Gov. Phil Murphy’s order prohibiting large gatherings.

Attorney General Gurbir Grewal said authorities "will charge anyone else who threatens public health by holding large gatherings during this emergency."

At a press conference Wednesday, Murphy noted law enforcement agencies in Camden and Gloucester counties are issuing disorderly persons charges "when responding to criminal cases."

"When an arrest is made, if the person is found to be responsible for violation of COVID-19 regulation, a charge is filed in addition to the original charge," said Colby Gallagher, a spokesperson for the Camden County office.

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"Some COVID-19 violations include disobeying stay-at-home provisions or making threats regarding the doronavirus," she said.

"So far, the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office has issued three disorderly persons charges in relation to COVID-19 violations," Gallagher said.

Grewal's statement also noted charges were brought in connection with two large gatherings in Lakewood, Ocean County, including a wedding reception in a tent outside a home, the statement said.

Meir T. Gruskin, 37, of Lakewood was charged with a disorderly persons offense in connection with the wedding reception around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, the statement said.

The second incident occurred shortly before 6 p.m., when police found about 25 teenagers and men in a school in Lakewood. The school's headmaster, 48-year-old Abraham Bursztyn,received a summons charging him with maintaining a nuisance.

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 Jim Walsh is a free-range reporter who’s been roaming around South Jersey for decades. His interests include crime, the courts, economic development and being first with breaking news. Reach him at jwalsh@gannettnj.com or look for him in traffic.

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