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Two Charged for Walking, Taking Pictures of beach in Seaside Park

SEASIDE PARK-If you aren’t taking Assemblyman Gregory P. McGuckin’s “No BENNYs” mandate to heart, you better think twice, because you can find yourself on the unlucky end of a very expensive ticket.

Jose Gonzalez, 20, and Gildaro Flores-Mendez, 30, both of New Brunswick, were charged on Sunday, April 12, by the Seaside Park Police with defiant trespass (petty disorderly persons offense) and violating the emergency orders for walking and taking pictures at the Brighton Avenue beach entrance, which they knew was closed. They were with two juveniles.

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Also in Seaside Park:

Konstanti Apessos Jr., 21, of Manchester, was charged on Sunday, April 12, by the Seaside Park Police, with defiant trespass (petty disorderly persons offense) and violating the emergency orders for sitting on a lifeguard stand on the beach reading a book. He admitted that he knew the beach was closed.

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