Here are some more of today’s coronacriminals

TRENTON, NJ – Here is a list of today’s coronacriminals who were charged for violating Governor Phil Murphy’s COVID-19 executive orders.

  • William Teachen, 59, of Metuchen, was charged yesterday, April 21, by the Metuchen Police with obstruction and violating the emergency orders, both disorderly persons offenses. An officer found Teachen riding his bicycle along the Middlesex County Greenway, a closed county park, and told him to exit the park. Teachen allegedly failed to comply and rode away. After the officer activated his siren and exited his vehicle to request identification, Teachen allegedly tried to ride past the officer, disobeyed commands, and had to be physically removed from his bicycle. The park entrances are taped off and there are signs indicating the park is closed.
  • Dajour Clybourn, 23, of Bridgeton, was charged yesterday by the Bridgeton Police with resisting arrest, obstruction, possession of drug paraphernalia, and violating the emergency orders, all disorderly persons offenses. Police responded to a report that Clybourn was panhandling and harassing another person. Clybourn ran away when officers arrived. When police apprehended her, they allegedly found a crack cocaine pipe in her possession.
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  • Tyriese J. Reddick, 30, of Gloucester Township, was charged yesterday, April 21, by the Gloucester Township Police with four counts of burglary (3rd degree) and violating the emergency orders. Reddick allegedly broke into four vehicles in a neighborhood in Gloucester Township and took money from them. He also was wanted on warrants in the City of Camden.
  • Newark Enforcement.  The Newark Police Department’s COVID-19 task force issued 29 summonses for violations of the emergency orders in enforcement actions yesterday, April 21.
  • Michael Masi, 47, of Branchburg, was charged yesterday afternoon, April 21, by the Plainfield Police Department with violating the emergency orders. Police were called to Michael Anthony Auto Sales on Richmond Street in Plainfield on a report of a dispute. When police arrived, they found people in the lot shopping for a car and three customers inside attempting to buy a car. Masi said he was making “curbside auto sales.”
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  • Andres Torres, 31, and Jose Nolasco, 51, of Union City, were charged with violating the emergency orders on April 18 by the Union City Police Department. Torres owns La Roca supermarket on Bergenline Avenue in Union City. Police conducted a walk-through and found more than 50 people in the grocery store, with customers crowding around certain sections of the store. This had occurred on at least two prior occasions and the business was warned about occupancy limits. Nolasco is the store manager.