Crime 99-year-old among 10 charged for violating New Jersey ban on gatherings

18:06  01 april  2020
18:06  01 april  2020 Source:   nydailynews.com

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

  Attorney General says stay-at-home violators will be charged Charges filed after Penns Grove house party, Lakewood wedding receptionTRENTON - A Salem County man faces charges after he allegedly threw a house party in defiance of a statewide stay-at-home order.

Only New York, New Jersey and Washington have reported more fatalities connected to COVID-19. Cops warned the blue mohawk-wearing host a couple weeks ago that gatherings of more than 10 people were not 99 - year - old among 10 charged for violating New Jersey ban on gatherings .

A New Jersey couple have been charged with violating a ban on gatherings to stop the spread of coronavirus by hosting a massive party in their yard. Another local resident, 43- year - old Shaul Kuperwasser, was also cited by police after a large crowd was seen gathering at his home two weeks

A 99-year-old man was among those charged in a New Jersey town for violating the state’s ban on gatherings.

It is the latest in a string of similar incidents in the town of Lakewood, where residents have been repeatedly cited for continuing to have large parties and gatherings while healthcare workers battle the deadly coronavirus.

There are nearly 70 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Lakewood Township, and more than 750 in all of Ocean County, officials said. Six rabbis also recently died due to COVID-19 in Lakewood.

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

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

A Louisiana pastor who continues to flout a ban on large gatherings was issued a summons from police for violating the governor's executive order. John Bel Edwards announced an order against gatherings of more than 50 people. Spell said he hosted about 500 worshippers at a service Sunday

New Jersey couple face child endangerment charges for hosting wedding during coronavirus Among those in the crowd were several children. Officials ultimately charged Eliezer Silber, 37, and The Lakewood gathering was in violation of New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy’s Executive Order No

The 99-year-old was one of 10 people who attended an engagement party Tuesday, the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office said.

Two people, Yaakov Kaufman, 47, and Eti Kaufman, 45, hosted the party and were charged with violating the state’s ban on gatherings, prosecutors said in a statement. They were also hit with six counts of child endangerment because their children were at the party.

Eight others, including the 99-year-old, were also charged with violating the ban.

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed an executive order on March 21 that bans gatherings of individuals, whether they be at weddings, parties, celebrations, or other social events.

Since then, Lakewood police have been forced to break up several weddings, and recently, a bat mitzvah. On Tuesday authorities also discovered a gathering of 35 people at a religious school, according to the prosecutor’s office. Two people were charged in that incident.

Coronavirus in Lakewood: 15 charged for attending Wednesday evening funeral

  Coronavirus in Lakewood: 15 charged for attending Wednesday evening funeral This is the latest of several incidents in Lakewood where police have had to step in to enforce social distancing laws.Police responded to the funeral at the corner of 8th Street and Madison Avenue around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday and found a group of about 60 to 70 people gathered for the funeral, according to a joint statement from Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley D. Billhimer and township Police Chief Gregory Meyer.

In New Orleans, police broke up a “funeral repast” of about 100 people Saturday afternoon, issuing a warrant for a 28- year - old man who refused to shut Several complaints about that event were among more than 300 received in the past week about violations of a ban on gatherings of more than 10

— For the second time in two days, police have charged a pastor with defying public orders against large gatherings by holding church services with hundreds of But “Spell made his intentions to continue to violate the law clear,” Corcoran said. “This is not an issue over religious liberty, and it’s

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The six rabbis who died in Lakewood varied in age, from 39 to 69. They included Rabbi Avrohom Eliezer Gordon, who was a rabbi for almost 50 years in Monsey, New York before he moved to Lakewood, according to the Asbury Park Press. Another, Rabbi Tzvi Yehuda Schmidt, was a co-owner of Paskez Candy in Brooklyn.

The number of people killed by the coronavirus rose to 267, Gov. Murphy said Wednesday. More than 18,600 people have tested positive in the state for COVID-19.

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Charge: Violators of stay-at-home order shouted 'Welcome to Nazi Germany' .
Police: Spectators brought chairs, alcohol to front-porch concert in defiance of stay-at-home orderFor instance, when police broke up a boozy outdoor concert in Rumson, Monmouth County, they were greeted with insults and shouts of “Welcome to Nazi Germany,” the state Attorney General’s Office said Sunday.

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