Drunk Drivers Who Violated Murphy’s Law 4/17/20

Two people in New Jersey were charged with drunk driving on Friday in violation of Murphy’s Law, a series of executive orders signed by Governor Phil Murphy ordering non-essential persons to remain indoors.

  • Megan Murray, 28, of Monroe Township, was charged on Tuesday, April 14, by the South Brunswick Police Department with two counts of second-degree endangering the welfare of a child, DWI, numerous motor vehicle violations, and violating the emergency orders. Shortly after midnight, a vehicle operated by Murray was found stopped in a lane of travel on Georges Road. Murray was found intoxicated and sleeping in the vehicle with two young children inside.
  • Alexander C. Bross, 30, of Ocean View, was charged early this morning by the Upper Township Police Department with DWI and violating the emergency orders.
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