New Jersey couple accused of defying social gathering order, charged amid coronavirus pandemic

LAKEWOOD, New Jersey -- An act of defiance to social gathering laws allegedly took place Sunday in New Jersey.

Eleizer and Miriam Silber of Lakewood, New Jersey were charged with five counts of child endangerment.

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Police say they discovered 40 to 50 people in the family's front yard and the home entrance.

Back on March 21, Governor Phil Murphy issued a ban on social gatherings, no matter the occasion.

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