Host of huge NJ mansion party hit with Covid violations

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Aug.August 13, 2020 08:43 AM
A pool party in New Jersey was shut down by cops over the weekend

A pool party in New Jersey was shut down by cops over the weekend

The host of a massive party at a Bergen County mansion this month was charged with violating New Jersey’s limits on large gatherings, according to NJ.com.

Police said the Aug. 1 party attracted between 300 to 400 people, most of whom were not wearing masks or practicing social distancing. Tashay Knight was charged with violating Gov. Phil Murphy’s executive order limiting large gatherings, recklessly creating a risk of widespread injury or damage, and other offenses.

The owner of the home said he leased the property to a company called Wonder Boy Music Group. Alpine Mayor Paul Tomasko said it was at least the second large gathering at the house since coronavirus-related limits on gatherings were put in place. [NJ.com] — Dennis Lynch


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