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Jersey Shore towns on alert for unsanctioned pop-up parties

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ASBURY PARK, N.J. - The police in Asbury Park are monitoring several social media posts promoting a pop-up party on the boardwalk this weekend.

But cops have a message for would-be party-goers: Don't come here to cause chaos."We got word that they are planned this weekend to happen here in Asbury Park as well as Long Branch and Point Pleasant," Asbury Park Police Sgt.

Michael Casey said. "We are notifying local, state, and county agencies." Asbury Park is stepping up police patrols, Casey said.The same is happening in Long Branch and Point Pleasant Beach, where extra police patrols are planned after social media posts encouraged people to bring their own liquor and weed to parties there.

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