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N.J. Attorney General: Two Large Gatherings Broken Up in Lakewood Yesterday, Charges Filed

N.J. Attorney General: Two Large Gatherings Broken Up in Lakewood Yesterday, Charges Filed

In Lakewood, police responded at approximately 2:30 p.m. yesterday to a large group of people gathered at a tent for a wedding reception outside a home.

As police units responded to disperse the gathering, the homeowner allegedly continued the wedding ceremony.

Lakewood Police issued a summons to the homeowner, Meir T. Gruskin, 37, charging him with a disorderly persons offense for violating the emergency order.

Police responded at approximately 5:52 p.m. yesterday, where they discovered a gathering of approximately 25 teenage and adult males.

Upon conclusion of the gathering, officers advised the school’s headmaster, Abraham Bursztyn, 48, that he was violating the emergency order and issued him a summons, charging him with maintaining a nuisance, a disorderly persons offense.

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