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Harlow man in court over hosting party in breach of Covid regulations

Crime / Tue 27th Jul 2021 at 10:23am

A HARLOW man has been charged for allegedly breaching coronavirus regulations.

Alfie Prosser, aged 26, of Edinburgh House, Edinburgh Gate, Harlow has been charged as follows.

On December 12th, 2020 at Harlow without reasonable excuse and other than as permitted by the regulations, participated in a gathering, which was indoors and consisted of two or more people, in the Tier 2 area of Harlow.

The court report states: The defendant Alfie Prosser, without reasonable excuse and other than as permitted by the regulations, participated in a gathering, which was indoors and consisted of two or more people, in the Tier 2 area of Harlow, Essex.

On police attendance loud music could be heard playing and it seemed that a party was taking place from within the property. Six males within the address, with the tenant being Prosser.

The other five males confirmed they lived at separate addresses breaching the Covid-19 regulations.

The case has been adjourned until September 17th at Basildon magistrates court.

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