Police File Charges After Students Found in Closed School in Lakewood

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LAKEWOOD, NJ – Seven men were charged on Tuesday in Lakewood township for allowing students access to study during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order by Governor Phil Murphy.  The head of the school, his mother and several students were charged.

Shmuel Hirth, 49, Asher Jacobs, 23, Shmuel Weneintraub, 21, Pinchos Sinsky, 19, Shcomo Rosenfeld, 18, Arych Penstien, 22, Yuhuda Bronspigez, 25, and Rivka Jacobs, 47, were charged yesterday by the Lakewood Police and Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office with violating the emergency orders. Police responded to a report of a school that was open in the first block of Drake Road. Police found a group of male students at the school who had been given permission to study there by the head of the school, Shmuel Hirth. Rivka Jacobs is the mother of one of the students, who is a juvenile.

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