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One Shore Town Is Serious About Keeping You Off the Beach During COVID-19 Pandemic

SEASIDE PARK, NJ – Seaside Park Police have charged 7 people for violating Murphy’s Law in the small Ocean County borough since April 8th.   Those people were caught in the town’s parks and illegally accessing the beach after it was closed by Governor Phil Murphy and local officials.

From April 8 through April 19, the Seaside Park Police issued summonses for public nuisance, a violation of a borough ordinance, to the following seven people for violating closure orders for beaches or parks related to COVID-19: Thomas M. Lanza, 27 of Toms River, N.J., and Dylan M. Connell, 26, of Palm Bay, Fla., on April 8; Jeffrey N. Burroughs, 53, of Los Angeles, Calif., on April 14; Zoe H. Bloodgood, 18, of Berkeley, N.J., on April 19; and Stefanie S. Gomes, 26, Robert P. Hickey Jr., 31, and Joao J. Pinho, 30, all of Kearny, N.J., on April 19.

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