Toms River Police Report Unruly Teens At Beach, Warn Parents Not to Drop Kids Off


TOMS RIVER, NJ – The Toms River Police Department has issued a statement regarding unruly behavior in the beach sections of the township.

“Please be advised we are experiencing a significant increase in the number of unruly juveniles congregating and committing offenses in the northern beach section of town. We will be dedicating additional resources to address these issues,” the department said. “The Toms River Police Department is committed to protecting the residents of our community as well as their property and will not tolerate disrespectful or destructive behavior. We are requesting parents from neighboring jurisdictions not drop their children off into this area due to ongoing issues. A heightened police presence will be in effect and there will be zero tolerance, for all offenses including motor vehicle infractions.”


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