Police Shut Down Illegal Furniture Store Owner After Multiple Requests

PLAINFIELD, NJ – Police in Plainfield have run out of patience with the owners of a furniture store operating illegally in their town during Murphy’s Law and were finally charged by officers after multiple warnings.

Yasser Abraham, 55, Sabh Mahmud, 30, both of Plainfield, and a Male Juvenile were charged yesterday, April 19, by the Plainfield Police with violating the emergency orders for operating a non-essential business, My Home Furniture Store on West Front Street. Police found the store open and two employees on the premises, Mahmud and the juvenile male. They indicated they opened the store at the instruction of the owner, Abraham. Abraham had been warned several times before when police responded and found the store open for business.

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