WOOD-RIDGE, NJ - Residents spent a little time on Wednesday morning over coffee and conversation with Wood-Ridge's finest at the second annual Coffee with a Cop under Chief John Korin at the Dunkin Donuts in the Wesmont section of the borough. 

About two dozen residents enjoyed coffee and donuts with members of the Wood-Ridge Police Department. Some of the locals who stopped by included Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella, Councilman Ezio Altamura, and former Mayor Paul Calocino.  Members of the department included Patrolman Robert Cangelosi, Lieutenant Joseph Biamonte, Lieutenant James Witkowski, Captain Michael O'Donnell, and Korin.

"We like these events so people can see who are and what we are about," said Korin, who "greatly appreciated" store manager Silvana Ferrira for supporting the Wood-Ridge Police Department.

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The national campaign Coffee with a Cop looks to bridge the gap between the community and police officers. 


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