Lakewood Police Charge Man for Hosting Large Engagement Party


LAKEWOOD, NJ – A recently engaged Lakewood man was charged by police after approximately 25 to 30 cars were parked on his street and police said 20 people were standing in front of his home, not adhering to social distancing guidelines. Zachary Novosellar, 62, of Lakewood, was charged on April 28 by the Lakewood Police for hosting an engagement party at his residence on 14th Street. Police found 25 to 30 cars parked on the street and approximately 20 people standing in front of the residence, without social distancing. Novosellar said he arranged for the parties to meet to pick up engagement gifts, according to New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal.

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