A gathering at a West Derby home was broken up by police this evening and a number of partygoers issued with fines.
Officers were called to Deyesbrook Lane, in West Derby, at around 7.20pm.
Once there officers found crowds of people gathered inside of a property – in a direct breach of current lockdown restrictions.
A spokesman for the force said: “There was a gathering with an excess number of people in attendance.
“They’ve been dispersed and a number of fines were handed out.”
The spokesman added no arrests were made.
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Photos from the scene showed a large police presence in attendance, as several vehicles were parked on the street.
The fines are the second batch of penalties issued today after huge groups congregated in Sefton Park earlier this afternoon.
Photos from the scene showed lines of police officers trying to break up the crowds, as groups are not permitted to meet under current coronavirus regulations.
The force said 43 people were fined for breaching coronavirus rules. One person was also arrested on suspicion of being drunk and disorderly.
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A dispersal order for Sefton Park and its surrounding areas is now in place after police said it “will not tolerate irresponsible individuals”.
Police were first called after receiving reports of a gathering in large numbers of people not in their households.
Under current rules, groups of two are allowed to meet up with each other outside to exercise or to have a coffee. The rule-of-six has still not been issued by the Government.