From Brigantine Police:

FROM BRIGANTINE POLICE >>> TO PEOPLE STILL ON BRIGANTINE BEACH.. PLEASE STAY OFF THE STREETS. YOU ARE GETTING IN THE WAY OF POLICE AND FIRE FROM RESPONDING TO EMERGENCY SITUATIONS. I CAN’T STRESS THIS ENOUGH.. YOU ARE GETTING IN THE WAY. IT HAS COME TO THE POINT THAT YOU WILL BE DEALT WITH ACCORDINGLY AND TICKETED.. A TRAVEL BAN IS IN EFFECT. IT IS STILL VERY DANGEROUS OUT THERE WITH DOWNED POWER LINES AND GAS. SO PLEASE GET OFF THE STREETS..

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PLEASE STAY OFF THE STREETS. YOU ARE GETTING IN THE WAY OF POLICE AND FIRE FROM RESPONDING TO EMERGENCY SITUATIONS

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4 thoughts on “From Brigantine Police:”

  1. Did water get high enough to damage my Mom’s house at 306 W. Evans at the corner of 4th St. South. Blue vertical siding. If damaged can someone take a picture. Much appreciated and thanks in advance!

  2. We are all concerned about our homes. The storm has passed allow the people to check on there homes an leave. I’m sure if you we’re in the same situation you would be trying to find out more as well. The danger of water has gone and that is the deadliest concern that we do not have control of. Now that things have calmed down there should not be restrictions to just check our homes

  3. These cops are ridiculous. If you start giving people tickets for being out surveying damage and trying help others in a disaster area than f**k yourselves. The main purpose of police is to PROTECT and SERVE, but brigantine cops NEVER seem to do this. There is too many of you and all you ever do is f**k over the people of brigantine

  4. I agree…I’ve never really cared for the Brig PD because in my experience the ones I’ve come across are pricks. HOWEVER, I doubt they are all like that. You all need to chill out. They are just doing their job, and the decision for the travel ban probably isn’t their call alone—I’m sure it comes down from the state level. All barrier islands except Wildwood are still impassible. If you were to go and, God forbid, get electrocuted by a down pole who would you be suing? Exactly. And if they did make it accessible, next you’d be complaining about how long it’s taking to clean up and get some help. The less people there now the quicker they can clean up the streets so the residents can get back to their homes and assess the damage. I understand, trust me I do. We have a house down there also, and not knowing the damage that has been done is driving me crazy. I’m antsy and heartbroken and I know it will be difficult to see the devastation this hurricane left behind. But your comments are not making matters any better. So chill out and be grateful that the island is still standing.

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