Police broke up a house party in Mississauga on Sunday that resulted in more than $47,000 worth of fines being issued to some of those attending.
The event was taking place at a short-term rental unit in the area that saw 60 people in attendance, Peel Regional Police Deputy Chief Marc Andrews said in a tweet published on Sunday.
Some guests fled upon the arrival of police and bylaw officers, according to Andrews.
He said 27 finesof $880 apiece were issued and the two hosts of the party were each given a Part 3 Summons that carries a minimum fine of $10,000.
“Its a tough time for everyone, these antics help no one,” Andrews said.
Peel Region is currently in the lockdown stage of the province’s COVID-19 framework which prohibits indoor public events with those outside of your household.