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Crime Man charged after New Jersey police break up alleged 'coronavirus party' with 47 people

05:25  29 march  2020
05:25  29 march  2020 Source:   thehill.com

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Police in New Jersey broke up a house party in which 47 people crammed into a small apartment The organizer was charged . "Last night, Ewing Township Police broke up a party with 47 More than 700 police officers in New Jersey have tested positive for the coronavirus , acting State Police

Across New Jersey , at least 108 people have died of coronavirus infection while statewide, there Last week, two New Jersey residents were charged after hosting large crowds at events in their Eliyohu Zaks, 49, was summonsed by police last Friday after authorities said he hosted a pop- up

Law enforcement in Ewing, N.J., reportedly broke up a party Friday night among 47 people in a small apartment, despite recommendations from health officials amid the coronavirus pandemic.

a yellow sign with black text: Man charged after New Jersey police break up alleged 'coronavirus party' with 47 people © Getty Images Man charged after New Jersey police break up alleged 'coronavirus party' with 47 people

The department confirmed they received an anonymous call about the alleged party Friday evening. Officers immediately dispersed the gathering that "the renter of the apartment called a 'Corona Party,'" according to a Saturday statement.

The apartment renter, Wade E. Jackson, 47, was issued summonses for allegedly obstructing the administration of law or other governmental function, and violating the "Emergency and Temporary Acts," according to the statement.

Two New Jersey homeowners are arrested after hosting large gatherings including a pop-up wedding at their homes as cops say people are ignoring the coronavirus lockdown

  Two New Jersey homeowners are arrested after hosting large gatherings including a pop-up wedding at their homes as cops say people are ignoring the coronavirus lockdown Eliyohu Zaks, 49, was taken into custody on Friday after authorities said he hosted a pop-up wedding in his home on Spruce Street in Lakewood, New Jersey, earlier this week.Eliyohu Zaks, 49, was taken into custody on Friday after authorities said he hosted a pop-up wedding in his home on Spruce Street in Lakewood.

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New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D) released an executive order earlier this month canceling "gatherings of individuals, such as parties, celebrations, or other social events."

Murphy tweeted Saturday, "Can't believe I have to say this at all, let alone for the second time. But here we are. NO CORONA PARTIES. They're illegal, dangerous, and stupid. We will crash your party. You will pay a big fine. And we will name & shame you until EVERYONE gets this message into their heads."

New Jersey reported 2,289 new coronavirus cases Saturday, with a total of 11,124 in the state. At least 140 have died in New Jersey from the virus, Murphy told reporters Saturday.

"One hundred and forty invaluable, precious, unexpendable souls who are no longer with us in the Garden State because of this virus," he said.

Two Lakewood, N.J. residents were charged earlier this week after police broke up a gathering of 25 people at a school, NJ.com reported.

2nd PG County Police Officer Tests Positive For Coronavirus .
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