NJ cops bust teenagers shoveling snow without a permit Remember the days when you could grab a shovel in the Winter and make some extra cash by shoveling driveways for neighbors or store clerks? Well those days are long gone because teenagers looking to make some extra money shoveling snow can now be stopped in their tracks and forced to pay erroneous permit fees. That’s exactly the case for Matt Molinari and Eric Schnepf, two 18-year-olds from Bound Brook, New Jersey. On January 27, they traveled door to door handing out homemade flyers offering their snow-shoveling services. The weather forecast predicted several inches of snow the next day, and school had already been canceled. The boys were looking to serve their neighbors and make some extra cash. Local news reports in Bound Brook report that local law enforcement told the boys to stop going door to door. The cops said the boys were not allowed to solicit business door-to-door without obtaining a permit from the local government. FULL REPORT