Biggest party bust Mississauga has seen during quarantine results in heavy fines
Numerous fines have been issued after officers broke up a big house party in Mississauga today.
Around 12:30 a.m. on Sunday, November 29, Peel police and by-law officers attended a house party at a short-term rental unit in the area of Ninth Line and Deepwood Heights.
There were at least 60 people in attendance, some of whom fled after officers arrived at the scene, according to Deputy Chief Marc Andrews.
“It’s a tough time for everyone, these antics help no one,” Andrews said.
As a result, officers have issued 27 $880 fines and two Part 3 Summons to the party’s hosts, who are facing a minimum $10,000 fine under the current provincial legislation.
Police are reminding residents to follow public health recommendations, even during the holiday season.
“Please do your best to abide by the current restrictions put in place to keep everyone safe, especially those who are vulnerable,” said Peel police.
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