THE people held at the zesser party in Kelly Village on Sunday will be charged via summons.
And the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) has released a video showing those detained at the party which was at a warehouse.
The TTPS in a release on Monday stated that due to the possibility of the spread of the Covid-19 virus, the more than 250 people found at a zesser party on Sunday will be charged by way of summons rather than keep them in cells at police stations.
Head of the Central Division Senior Supt Curt Simon said, “The Central Division is very responsible when it comes to maintaining law and order and preventing and reducing disorder.
“We are taking affirmative action in proceeding to lay charges to over 250 persons who would have been present at the Zesser Party this weekend.
“The Division is taking into consideration the personal safety of all involved, including the police officers. While we are aware we could arrest these persons, a decision has been taken to charge all involved by way of summons in this matter.
“This will ensure that the health of the police and the court community will remain intact and unobscured. This is expected to be an arduous task that will take at least a week to complete.”
In a video posited on the Facebook page of the TTPS, people are seen sitting on the ground covering their faces. Many of them are seen with band on their hands.
A gun and a large knife are also seen strewn on the ground while a deejay mixing system is also filmed.
The video also shows a cardboard box with cash including many one hundred dollar bills.
See TTPS video below: