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11 Charged for Riverside Bonfire Party

CINNAMINSON, NJ – 11 young adults were charged after taking boats and wave runners to get to a secluded area along the Pennsauken Creek and holding a creekside bonfire.

“When education and warnings fail, we will issue a summons,” the Cinnaminson Police Department said today.

Nicholas Natale, 18, Kenneth Booth Jr., 18, Charles Thompson Jr., 19, Richard Karcher, 19, Donald Murray, 19, Jonathan Kinnerman, 20, Shawn Durst, 21, Timothy Durst-McMaster, 22, Michael Ragone, 27, Douglas Miller, 27, and Brian Schaefer, 29, all of Maple Shade, were charged on April 19 by the Cinnaminson Police with violating the emergency orders. The group was gathered on the bank of Pennsauken Creek near Glenview Drive with a bonfire and alcohol. They used boats and wave runners to get to the location.

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