Chicago officials shut down two parties on the city’s Near North Side over the weekend with dozens of people in attendance, including one that involved a $100 entry fee.
The city’s Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection said two illegal parties with over 50 guests were shut down Sunday morning.
The first was located at 409 W. Huron St. and involved roughly 66 people in a fourth floor commercial space, authorities said.”The establishment was charged $100 at the door and serving alcohol, with a DJ providing entertainment,” BACP said in a statement.
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