Officers responded around 4:30 p.m. to a home on Spruce Street, where there was an engagement party underway.READ MORE: Gabby Petito Search: Authorities Combing Wyoming Wilderness For Missing Woman, Fiancé's Whereabouts Remain Unknown
Police said they found people gathered outside and inside the house, including six children.
The hosts – Yaakov Kaufman, 47, and Eti Kaufman, 45 – were charged with violating the governor’s executive order and six counts of child endangerment. Eight adult guests – ranging in age from 21 to 99 – were also charged with violating the order.
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Police said there have been more than 70 compliance issues in the town.READ MORE: Teen Stabbed To Death After Dutchess County High School Football Game, Former Student Charged
The day before, officers busted a crowd of nearly 50 people gathered on the lawn of a home on Alamitos Drive for a bat mitzvah.
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“No more knucklehead parties or gatherings. No more abhorrent behavior,” Gov. Phil Murphy said Monday. “We have got to stay home. We have got to stay away from each other.”MORE NEWS: Man Accused Of Stealing FDNY Coat, Radio From Bronx Fire Station
Over the weekend in Ewing, officers broke up nearly 50 people, including a DJ, inside a 550 square foot apartment for a so-called “corona party.”