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VOL. 112, NO. 28 FEBRUARY 11-17, 2021
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BY JACOB KAYE
Sheriff ’s deputies busted an
i l legal Maspeth party
with around 165 people in
attendance early Sunday morning,
according to the authorities.
New York City sherif f ’s
deputies broke up the bash, located
at 50-00 Grand Ave., on Sunday, Feb.
7, around 2 a.m., according to the
sheriff ’s office.
The party boasted a crowd of 165
people, an unlicensed bar and a DJ
booth, law enforcement officials
The party was found to allegedly
be in violation of Governor Andrew
Cuomo’s executive order barring
non-essential mass gatherings.
Party-goers quickly left without
incident after the deputies shut
down the shindig.
Deputies issued Jose Lopez, a 41-
year-old security guard from the
Bronx, a fine of $1,000 for failing to
protect health and safety.
No other party promoters were
identified, fined or arrested.
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