HOWELL — Here we go again, another house party has been confirmed at the Jersey Shore amid increasing Coronavirus restrictions from the Murphy Administration.

Officers from the Howell Township Police Department responded to the Ramtown section of the township for a report of a house party. When they got there, 300 people were suspected to be in attendance at this house party.

The "pop-up" party was on Wilson Drive, and many of the attendants started dispersing peacefully when officers arrived. Some partygoers got angry at the host of the party because they charged them to attend.

Roads leading to Wilson Drive are blocked by police to prevent the steady flow of vehicles attempting to attend.

Police units from Wall Township, Brick Township, Jackson Township, and Freehold Township are assisting the dispersal. Officials from the Monmouth County Sheriff's Office and Ocean County Sheriff's Office are also helping. Units from the New Jersey State Police are also on the scene.

Police have not released information about arrests, or if there were any at all.

This is a developing story. The latest will be posted as it becomes available.

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