Elizabeth Police Cracking Down to Keep Everyone in their Homes

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ELIZABETH, NJ – One New Jersey city is taking Governor Phil Murphy’s crackdown seriously.  Police in Elizabeth are now charging individuals for being outside on the streets, in parks and not at home.   If you live in Elizabeth, make sure you’re carrying your papers because it could land you with a pretty serious charge.

  • Elizabeth Enforcement. The Elizabeth Police Department’s issued five summonses for violations of the emergency orders in enforcement actions on Thursday, April 9.
  • Mahmud Ibn-Dawud, 63, of Elizabeth, was charged yesterday, April 10, by the Elizabeth Police Department with violating the emergency orders for refusing to leave a city park.
  • Pearl Moore, 54, of Elizabeth, was charged yesterday, April 10, by the Elizabeth Police Department with violating the emergency orders for loitering outside without a legitimate purpose after being warned.
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