Also on Thursday, Mulhern set a trial date of July 6 for Hopatcong Police Officer Nicholas Maresca who is charged with one count of disorderly persons simple assault and one count of petty disorderly persons harassment. 17 incident where Hemmerich and his brother Jason Hemmerich entered the Hopatcong Police Department for Kevin Hemmerich to turn himself in on an outstanding warrant for failing to complete ordered time in the Sheriff's Labor Assistance Program.Upon entry, Kevin Hemmerich -- dressed in a one-piece rabbit suit -- blew an air horn several times inside the department's lobby.After several minutes of blowing the horn sporadically, Hopatcong police officers Maresca and Chris Lottito entered the lobby and Maresca asked who was blowing the horn, to which Kevin Hemmerich answered that he was. Hemmerich responded, "I don't know." "You don't know?" Maresca asked, before striking Hemmerich once with an open, gloved hand. " Maresca was told by Kevin Hemmerich that he was being recorded on camera and responded, "I don't (expletive) care." Hemmerich did not sustain any "serious or significant" injuries as a result, according to the prosecutor's office.In addition, during the run of the exhibition, on ‘November Cosplay Sundays’ from 3–6pm, visitors will be invited to try on character t-shirts and accessories designed by BLESS and will also receive hairstyling by Hiro and makeup interpretations by “uslu airlines”.BLESS’s collection of ‘wearaways’ will offer visitors the opportunity to incorporate the characters and take their contemporary interpretations even further, off-site.We were absolutely amazed at all the creative, silly, funny, and incredible costumes that were submitted.
Slate was not on board, but her date kept making references to the medieval festival.Photo by Warren Westura/New Jersey Herald - Officer Nicholas Moresca, center, appears in Sparta Municipal Court Thursday.The trial for Maresca, who is charged with one count of disorderly persons simple assault and one count of petty disorderly persons harassment, will be July 6.Meanwhile, a trial date has been set for the police officer accused of slapping the costumed man during the incident.Kevin Hemmerich pleaded guilty Thursday morning in Sparta Municipal Court before Judge John E. Hemmerich also said he understood that his actions could have caused inconvenience, alarm, annoyance or created a risk of danger.