Workers of Saddle Brook company go on strike, police sent to keep the peace

More than 100 police officers - some in riot gear - were deployed on May Hill Street in Saddle Brook to help keep the peace with protesters on strike.

Four hundred workers from Arrow Fastener, a company on May Hill Street, have been on strike for more benefits and improved medical insurance since their contracts expired at midnight.

The president of Arrow Fastener allegedly believes both sides came to an agreement and is unsure as to why the workers are on strike. Protesters say they will be on strike until they get their way.

Saddle Brook police have made no arrests and will be on the scene for the duration of the strike.

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