CHECK THIS OUT: Authorities Investigating After Arrow Shot Through Frum Lakewood Resident’s Door [PHOTOS]

A Frum Lakewood resident returning home last night was frightened upon discovering an arrow shot through his front door.

The metal arrow ripped through the door and got stuck midway.

The resident tells TLS there was nobody home at the time of the incident, which they believe happened around 7:00 PM. They immediately phoned police upon discovering it, around 10:30 PM.

“Further investigation determined that it was most likely fired from a crossbow,” police said.

Lakewood’s Detective Bureau is investigating the incident.


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  1. That’s a carbon fiber arrow with a broad head. Would’ve been shot from a compound bow if used correctly.

    Might have been a kid who doesn’t know bow safety.

  2. When asked whether antisemitic attacks against Jews will continue to skyrocket in the US and around the globe, one Jewish resident of Lakewood told reporters on Tuesday: “I think so; the arrow is definitely pointing in that direction.”
    When asked whether banning firearms in public would help tamp down violence in Lakewood, the Jewish fellow said: “A firearm ban won’t help because criminals have other options; they’ve got more than one arrow in the quiver.”

    • You’re right …I shouldn’t have assumed that the 1st commenter was supposing that a “frum” kid might have done it. But any assumption that a “kid” might be the culprit is, I think, probably unlikely.

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