Lakewood Man Yells at Police After Call Reporting His Neighbor, Runs Police Over in Car

LAKEWOOD, NJ A Lakewood man was charged by police after he came home after somebody called the police on his neighbors for hosting an alleged large.   Police said Alexander Ellinson began yelling at officers about how the police reacted and was upset.  When leaving the scene, Ellinson struck a police officer with his SUV, according to police.

Alexander Ellinson, 64, of Lakewood, was charged yesterday, April 21, with disorderly conduct. As the Lakewood Police and Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office were investigating a report of a large gathering at a home on 8th Street, Ellinson, a neighbor, pulled up in his SUV and began yelling at police about their actions at his neighbor’s house. He continued to yell and nearly struck an officer as he drove away. Police stopped him and issued a summons.

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