Coronavirus News: Police issue summons, make arrests at Brooklyn gathering

NEW YORK (WABC) -- Police in Brooklyn say they broke up a large gathering at a barbershop, arresting 2 people and issuing 60 summons on Saturday night.

The incident happened at eNVEe Barbershop, located at 8708 Avenue L in Brooklyn, around 10:45 p.m.

According to a witness, a music video was being filmed, but according to police, the group was gambling and partying at the location.

Police arrested 2 people on charges of criminal possession of a weapon.

Under the current lockdown, residents are required to social distance in public and gatherings of any sizes are not allowed. Offenders can face fines up to $1000.



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