Monmouth Beach Man Charged for Hosting Underage Lock Down Party with Alcohol Served

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MONMOUTH BEACH, NJ – Normally, a crime in itself, serving alcohol to minors is serious, but in lock down New Jersey, it comes with the extra penalty of violating Governor Phil Murphy’s executive orders.  Jonathan Perrin, 51, of Monmouth Beach, N.J., was charged on May 21 by the Monmouth Beach Police Department with making alcohol available to minors (disorderly persons offense) and violating the emergency orders. Monmouth Beach Police responded to Perrin’s residence on a noise complaint and found numerous cars parked nearby and loud music coming from the home. There were approximately 25 teenagers in the backyard around a table filled with beer and alcoholic beverages.

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