Virus crime this week in NJ: Organizing a protest, blowing up a mailbox
State alcohol regulators this week issued charges against 20 bars, restaurants and liquor stores accused of violating the pandemic executive orders.
The establishments face suspensions of at least 10 days.
Bars, restaurants and liquor stores are allowed to remain open as long as they do not provide sit-down service. Bars have been allowed to sell alcoholic beverages in sealed containers but cannot serve drinks on their premises.
The violators are listed below by county along with other crimes tied to the stay-at-home orders.
Coronavirus-related crime for week of April 26
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