Man Assaulted At BMG During Argument

BMG main_wmPOLICE Responded to BMG a few moments ago after an argument over a parking issue turned physical. A young man from Brooklyn delivering food at BMG, blocked in another vehicle with his. The other man, on his way to a meeting asked the Brooklyn man to please move his vehicle. The Brooklyn man then got out of his vehicle and struck the man-including kicking him several times. The man assaulted requested that his name be withheld. The Brooklyn man has received a summons for simple assault. His license was not valid at the time and a secondary driver arrived to drive his vehicle. Hatzolah was not called. TLS-46/TLS-52/TLS-18/TLS-64/TLS-CCP

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33 COMMENTS

  1. Lakewood has turned into a real urban center. Those country days are long gone.

    Where can one live today with all the positive Lakewood has to offer without this horrible city-life?

  2. this bachur, al pi shulchan aruch cannot be included in a minyan. What does he want @ BMG? Perhaps he should have the same done to him by a minyan and we’ll cut this garbage out right now.

  3. Response to # 2
    With all the positive and kind caring schools
    The kind people who cut lines
    the people who are so busy they dont stop at stop signs
    people putting letters in mailboxes “concerned” over tzinus

  4. is (moderated) ok?
    Editor’s note: As we wrote in the article, the name was witheld upon request. The name will not be posted in the comments either. Thank you for understanding.

  5. I resent to this very callous and violent offender being called “Bachur.”

    He should be refereed to as a man from NY. He doesn’t deserve the other title.

  6. As the article states the “bachur”(I think a new name should be found for him)was delivering food to BMG and is from Brooklyn. Brooklyn has ALL kinds including the likes of this “bachur”. Had it been a bachur from BMG-now that would be news.

  7. Lemme guess it’s only people from Brooklyn that don’t know how to act right ?? Lakewood is a perfect serene town with NO PROBLEMS ?

    NO DRUGS ?
    NO SLUMLORDS?
    NO “KEEPING UP WITH THE JONES’S”
    NO TEENS @ RISK?
    NO UNTZINUS WOMEN ?
    NO “TAARUVUS” ?
    aaaannnnd of course NO INTERNET 🙂

    Please, the only people you are fooling are yourselves ! no community is perfect. There are bad apples in every group.

  8. According to my sources, the Lakewood Vaad will be releasing a press statement about this attack in an attempt to secure funding from the township to prevent such incidences from occuring in the future.

    The Vaad will also be requiring ‘bochurim’ who currently drive to recieve an ishur from an authorized Rav to operate a motor vehicle during seder.

    However, if a ‘bochur’ does not originate from our holy town of Lakewood Ihr HaToyrah, he may not be eligable for the ishur, regardless of how long his tzitizis hang.

  9. to #17 its ppl like you who can never improve themselves, cuz ppl like you are always blaming somebody else for your problems and cant ever take any responsibility . You live in this community, you take pride in the positive things that come out of it, do you also blame the positive on your Brooklyn buddy’s as well? Its high time that people stop blaming Brooklyn for their own mess-ups. Some in Lakewood are so busy looking for ppl to blame that they fail to even acknowledge their problems, let alone deal with them. Heres the facts: Lakewood, like every single community in the world, has all different types of people representing all different parts of the spectrum, If somebody doesnt like it that way, they can move to a secluded farm, and live out their days there, but as long as they live in lakewood, and as a member of the community, they must stop blaming other people for their problems. We all have our own issues-deal with it.

  10. To #16

    That is correct-Lakewood WAS perfect until people like you came to this town and brought along the NY dress code………..I lived in NY too and know just what it’s all about. In the ten years that I’m here this place has changed in an unbeleivable manner.

  11. to # 16 Of course !! thats because noone wants to grow marijuana in Lakewood Chas V’shalom so they have no choice but to import it. : )

    Sorry but a childish answer gets a childish reply.

    AND if you feel so strongly against people from NY, then I recommend you stop Learning in BMG or other butei midrashim, as alot of their funding comes from people in NY. And we wouldn’t want “those NY people to have zchar” right ??

    Like I said there are bad apples in every groupl and if you think otherwise the only person you are fooling is yourself.

  12. I still feel that one should put his kochis into learning and not into this narishkeit.Learning Torah will prevent such things in the future. We just near more Ameilus.

  13. Rabbosai, we’re letting ourselves get lost in silly arguments & its causing us to lose our focus. I think we all know the solution to this problem, imported or otherwise. Its really very simple. Here it is: Hershel For Mayor !!

  14. TO ALL THAT WANT TO KNOW

    JUST LAST WEEK A VENDOR PULLED UP IN THE PARKING LOT BY (moderated). THE PARKING LOT WAS OVERLY PACKED WITH VERY FEW SPOTS.

    THE VENDOR PARKED ON A SLANT BLOCKING 2 SPOTS.

    I KINDLY OPEND MY MOUTH AND SUGGESTED HE PARK STRAIGHT.

    I CAN TELL YOU HE WAS A VETY ARROGANT PERSON AND EXTREMLY RUDE. HE DID NOT CARE AND YES HE HASD NY PLATES.

    I TOLD HIM IF HE MOVES HIS CAR MAYBE ANOTHER CUSTOMER WILL BE ABLE TO PARK AND BUY THE GOODS HE IS SELLING. HE DID NOT CARE ABOUT ANYONE ELSE.

    YES WE ALL HAVE OUR MOODS – BUT THINK ABOUT SOMEONE ELSE- ESPECIALLY THE HANDICAP SPOTS AND THE OPEN SPOTS BETWEEN THE 2 HANDICAP SPOTS WHICH ARE NOT PARKING OR PICKUP SPOTS IN FRONT OF SHLOMIES.

    I HAVE SEEN PEOPLE WHO JUST DONTS CARE AND FEEL ITS OK TO USE THE SPOTS. THEY DID NOT SEE THE PERSON WHO CHILD CANT WALK FAR WHO NEEDED TO PARK THERE BUT HAD TO STRUGGLE AND WALK FROM FAR.

    STOP BEING SELFISH AND LEARN TO BE MENTCHEN

    AND PS A STOP SIGN MEANS STOP AT THE SIGN THEN PROCEED CAUTIOUSLY TO THE CORNER TO SEE IF YOU CAN CONTINUE.
    ALSO STOP SIGNS MEANS THE PERSON ON THE RIGHT HAS THE RIGH OF WAY OF YOU BOTH GET THERE AT THE SAME TIME.

    PS SLOW DOWN LAKEWOOD AND TRY TO BE FRIENDLY – THIS IS NOT BROOKLYN.

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