New Jersey State Police preparing for confrontation during trucker rally, warning protesters wreckers are ready to tow

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TRENTON, NJ – New Jersey State Police Superintendent, Colonel Patrick Callahan issued words of warning to truckers planning on joining the People’s Convoy protest heading to Washington, D.C. next week.

Keep on trucking…right through the Garden State. Callahan on Wednesday said truckers who impede traffic on New Jersey highways or stop their vehicles will be towed.

Callahan said truckers who seek to disrupt highways and roadways in New Jersey will be dealt with.

“We hope it doesn’t come to that,” Callahan said. “I would hope that we don’t have to use our heavy duty wreckers. It’s one thing to rally and travel on our interstates and to get to a certain rally point. Where they go when they leave New Jersey is obviously up to them.”

Callahan said truckers would have their rigs towed at their own expense.

The convoy will pass through New Jersey with a rally in New Egypt next Saturday.

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