PHOTO: The Troopers are back in Town

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  1. why couldn’t they come last night to help deal with the real issues like gang warfare?

    is it easier to ticket a few harried moms running carpools then to go after those bloodthirsty thugs?

    isn’t that effectively protecting the real bad guys who prowl around at night without fear of consequence for their criminal activities?

    • Pray for the state…….I am going to have to say that your comment is antisemitic. So you are saying that those are not observing shabbat are the problem. Gang warfare? What are you talking about. There are some areas that need attention, but I believe troopers are focusing on making lakewood safer. It’s nice to know that they actually keep busy and make the roads safer for us.

  2. An overjoyed township celebrated the return of the state troopers to Lakewood on Sunday with huge ‘Welcome Back’ signs, elegant festivities, cheerful song and dance, and much more.
    “One giant-size sign hanging over Clifton avenue read: “To our beloved State Troopers: We missed you an awful lot! It’s been a long few days since we last saw you! Welcome back, and please make yourselves at home!”
    Another sign read: “To our cherished State Troopers! Enjoy your stay! Ticket us to your hearts’ desire, and please don’t make yourselves strangers in our town!”
    Children of all ages went out to greet the troopers, and showered them with multi-colored confetti, while blowing party horns and kazoos and banging away on their small drum sets.
    “I was spending the weekend in upstate NY,” said one Lakewood resident. “However, when I heard the troopers had returned to Lakewood today, I packed my kids into the car and drove back all the way down here, so that my children could get a glimpse of these selfless individuals who sacrifice every minute of their day just to write out tickets for us!”
    “I didn’t want postpone this even for one moment,” the Lakewood resident added, “because I knew it could be another couple of days till the troopers returned to town. I said to myself, ‘If not NOW, then WHEN’?!”
    “So here I am, and I’m not regretting this decision at all,” he said. “In fact, a State Trooper just handed me my first two tickets of the day, one ticket for loitering, and another ticket for contempt of cop, which I received for throwing confetti at the trooper and for requesting him to pose for a selfie with me and the kids.”
    “What can I say?” he added. “I’m overwhelmed with extreme joy and happiness right now! I’m having a blast! One thing I can tell you: I made the right decision, that’s for sure!”

  3. These troopers are such whimps.They’re all terrified of the thugs on the street so they go after moms and seminary girls.Real tough guys.

  4. If the harried moms & seminary girls are driving safely & correctly, they’ve got nothing to worry about. I hope the troopers never leave Lakewood.

  5. to all those who are upset by law enforcement that endangers finances, are we just as upset about law breaking that endangers the lives of others on the street?

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