Motor Vehicle Charges Against Township Inspector Dropped

Motor Vehicle charges against a Township Inspector who allegedly boxed in a School Bus with children on board last October, were dropped, TLS has learned. The Inspector was charged with Obstruction and Reckless Driving after he allegedly used a Township vehicle to box in a bus when he pulled his vehicle head-on to the bus while it was dropping off students, according to several eyewitnesses at the scene.

But those charges were dropped, after several Askonim met with the inspector in an effort to mediate a resolution. The charges and the resolution were then brought to the Municipal Court in Toms River, where the charges were dropped, upon recommendation.

Other verbal and documented complaints against the Inspector are still being investigated by Township officials, an official involved in the case says. TLS.

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  1. To ?
    That’s what busses do !!! Stop traffic when the children are getting. Unfortunately some people fail to stop for the flashing red lights so what a responsible bus driver does when the children are crossing the street (instead of just beeping )is partially block the road way

  2. Both parties were in the wrong. A bus cannot block a lane of travel because the driver wants to, that’s why there are red flashing lights and laws that support that. On the other hand the inspector was also wrong in doing what he did. Dismissed.

  3. to regular joe says:
    Yes buses stop in the roadway, and you are right about stopping for school buses ,but this is not what happened it pulled out into an intersection and created a hazard ,dont try and justify bad driving habits!

  4. both of my kids busses do stop in the middle because most people in this town don’t care when a bus has its lights on and run them. i once saw outside my house a bus with lights on and the car behind him just went around the bus and went on his way had a child been crossing they would have been hit.

  5. Who cares what the bus driver did?
    Who cares what the other person (inspector) did?

    The issue at hand is:
    – The inspector was on-duty, while being paid by the township,
    – The inspector wrongfully blocked the roadway (unauthorized)
    – The inspector used a TOWNSHIP VEHICLE to take the law into his own hands, misrepresenting proper authority.

    Remember he is a PAID township inspector, driving a township vehicle. He should do just that – INSPECT THE TOWNSHIP!

    On the other hand, the bus driver was not abusing anyone’s rights or money. He may or may not have been wrong -but he did not do it at other people’s expense!!

  6. to Eli says:
    you make statements without facts, first of all I have never in the 50+years of driving passed a school bus in this town or any other town unlike many others who live in lakwewood my point was to point out that the driver of the bus was also in violation ,whether you like it or not they are not allowed to block an intersection ! you cannot justify one bad driving habit with another.

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