A large “pop-up” party in New Jersey was shut down by police on Sunday over social distancing concerns.

The Howell Township Police Department posted pictures of the scene on its Facebook page, which showed many of the more than 300 people in attendance without face masks.

The police authorities said mutual departments were dispatched to the party, arriving from Wall, Brick, Jackson, Freehold, Monmouth, and Ocean County, New Jersey.

The police said that most of the attendees left without incident, but the host of the party was arrested.

Other attendees of the party “directed their anger” at the host of the party because they had to pay a coverage charge to gain entry into the event. Still other were urinating on neighbor’s property and vehicles, reports indicated.

The partygoers were reported as nonlocals to the area.

Following the breakup of the party, several patrol cars stayed on the scene to prevent more people from arriving or returning to the party.

The investigation is ongoing, police said.

New Jersey has over 184,700 positive cases of the coronavirus, with over 15,800 COVID-19 deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University.

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