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The Andie Summers Show

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First of all… Who knows 700 people?

New Jersey police responded to a house party in Jackson, NJ on Sunday night where a crowd estimated at 700 people gathered without masks or social distancing. Police in Jackson Township, said the gathering, which was advertised on Instagram, violated state health regulations limiting indoor gatherings to 100 people, or 25 percent of a building’s capacity.

The owner of the house Yaakov Weiss told officers that he rented the home for the party and then left the area Sunday night. Patience Guanue and Alicia Hinneh were the 2 party organizers.  Along with the 2 women, the owner Yaakov was also charged with violating the governor’s executive order.

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