Nearly 150 people busted at unlicensed club inside Queens warehouse

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RIDGEWOOD, Queens (WABC) -- Police busted nearly 150 people at a party in an unlicensed club inside a warehouse in Queens on Saturday.

Around 1:40 a.m. deputy sheriffs found a large group of people inside the warehouse, located on 11-33 Irving Ave. in Ridgewood.

The occupants were in violation of emergency orders, and the club had no liquor license as well as various health code violations, a blocked entrance, and no certificate of occupancy.

Three people were charged with various misdemeanors.

Last weekend, over 750 people were busted at illegal parties across New York City.

More than 750 people were busted at illegal large gatherings across New York City early Sunday morning.


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