New Jersey Pool Store Owner Charged for Violating Murphy’s Law


CHESTER, NJ  –  The owner of Downtown Chester’s Rin Robyn Pools was charged for violating Murphy’s Law this week.  James Robyn, 69, of Chester, N.J., was charged with violating the orders on May 11 after police found his retail pool and hot tub store open for business, with multiple customers shopping inside. Robyn was reportedly warned two weeks ago that the store could not be open. He was charged with violating the emergency orders by operating a non-essential business.


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