NJ councilman presses for reform after his entire family is pepper-sprayed by cops in his home
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A protest is scheduled Thursday at the Woodlynne Police Department, where one officer has been charged with assault and another accused by a borough councilman of barging into his house and pepper-spraying his entire family. The incidents were unrelated and on two separate occasions. Woodlynne Councilman Clyde Cook and his son, Timothy Cook, 17, were charged with aggravated assault on two police officers after the incident at their home in February. Police responded when Cook’s teenage daughter called 911 after her cellphone and social media privileges were taken away for punishment, the councilm...


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