September 26, 2016 Alex Napoliello Posted with permission from NJ.com Republish Reprint LAKEWOOD -- A Jackson resident is facing bias intimidation charges after he went on a profanity-laced, anti-Semitic tirade following a three-vehicle crash, police said. The aftermath of the collision, which occurred on Thursday near the intersection of East Kennedy Boulevard and Clifton Avenue, was caught on video and widely spread on social media websites. The video shows a man, who police identified as Elijah Chandler, 34, of Jackson, lashing out at several bystanders who appear to be Orthodox Jews. On the video, he used anti-Semitic epithets while shouting at the men. Near the end of the video, Chandler shouts at the bystanders: "Go back to your country." Lakewood police Detective Lt. Gregory Staffordmsith told The Lakewood Scoop that Chandler assaulted the driver of one of the other vehicles involved in the three-vehicle crash. Staffordsmith said Chandler was "harassing and trying to intimidate" those involved and other bystanders, and was "yelling bias statements and threatening to physically harm" them. Chandler was charged with bias intimidation, terroristic threats and harassment. He remains at the Ocean County Jail as of Monday morning where he is being held on $41,000 bail. Alex Napoliello may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter @alexnapoNJ. Find NJ.com on Facebook.