NBC 10 A New Jersey man who police say was caught on camera harassing, threatening and yelling racial slurs at his neighbors was taken back into custody to face additional charges after community members protested outside his home.
On Friday, shortly before 8 p.m., a neighbor called police and accused Edward Cagney Mathews, 45, of Mount Laurel, New Jersey, of continuously harassing her.
After a police investigation, Mathews was charged with harassment and bias intimidation.
His charges were placed on a summons by a municipal court judge to be heard at a future court appearance. He was then released from police custody on Friday.