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Topic - Jared Goering
A veteran of the U.S. Army who was injured by two bomb explosions while deployed to Afghanistan said New Jersey police mocked him and ordered him off the boardwalk because he was walking with his service dog.
A few weeks earlier, another veteran, Jared Goering, said he and his wife were "harassed" and "mocked" by a police officer for walking a service dog on a New Jersey boardwalk that generally prohibits dogs.