The headline “Union Boss Makes Threat” is like the “Dog Bites Man” headline — we have seen it all before. But, in New Jersey, there is a new twist. The union boss that is making threats is the head of the police union.
Two talk-radio hosts in New Jersey say they are worried about their own safety and that of their families after the head of the New Jersey State Police union threatened to make their home addresses and license tags public.
During a profanity-laced tirade on Thursday, State Police Union leader David Jones blasted Craig Carton and Ray Rossi, the hosts of WKXW-FM’s “Jersey Guys” program, for discussing an alleged State Police “ticket-writing blitz” on the air.