Seth McGuire of Camden “Doesn’t Give as [beep] who he infected” with Coronavirus


CAMDEN-A man who police said was infected with Coronavirus in Camden got rowdy with police and hospital security staff at Cooper University Hospital yesterday according to New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal.

He was later found by police at a nearby transportation center after leaving the hospital where police were happy to give the man the treatment he deserved.

  • Sean M. McGuire, 42, of Camden, was charged yesterday, April 8, with second-degree terroristic threats during an emergency, third-degree endangering, and fourth-degree risking widespread injury. McGuire allegedly refused to follow medical advice to self-quarantine and said he did not “give a [expletive] who he infected.” He allegedly threatened security staff at Cooper University Hospital and refused to cooperate with officers of the Camden Police who encountered him at the Walter Rand Transportation Center.
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