WOODBURY — When city police announced they had recently been targeting drivers who don’t properly stop for pedestrians, using undercover officers to catch them in the act, residents responded by asking them to also go after jaywalkers.
So, they did.
Woodbury Police Chief Reed Merinuk on Tuesday stated an Aug. 2 operation involving five officers specifically focused on pedestrians who were not properly crossing heavily trafficked parts of South Broad Street in the downtown area.
In all, officers issued 28 tickets and five municipal ordinance violations.
In addition, four warrants were served and three criminal complaint arrests were made.
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Source: NJ.com Gloucester