N.J. couple charged with child endangerment for bat mitzvah party during coronavirus outbreak 03/31/2020 1:59 pm PDT Comments (File) via WJW: NEW JERSEY (WJW) -- A New Jersey couple was reportedly charged with child endangerment after police say they threw a party that violated an order on social gatherings. The parents reportedly threw the party Sunday in Lakewood, New Jersey, and police had to tell about 40-50 people in the front yard to disperse. The couple, identified as Eliezer Silber and Miriam Silber, reportedly have five children. Both parents were charged with one count of child endangerment for each child. NBC Philadelphia reported the couple was holding a bat mitzvah at their home. TRUE CRIME DAILY: Coronavirus-related crime coverage - TCD New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy issued a warning telling residents not to throw parties. MORE: New Jersey parents charged with child endangerment for hosting party - NBC News NJ couple charged with child endangerment for having party during coronavirus pandemic - WJW #ChildEndangerment #Coronavirus #NewJersey Related Stories Police break up 47-person 'corona party' at New Jersey apartment Man charged with DUI accused of violating stay-at-home order Florida pastor arrested for Sunday services during stay-home order Woman who flew from L.A. to China for coronavirus test faces charges Coronavirus patient refuses to quarantine; deputies surround house Ohio shoplifting suspect violated governor's stay-at-home order: Police North Carolina man arrested for coronavirus hoax video in Walmart Passenger arrested for coronavirus claim, delays flight for 8 hours Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.