A New Jersey house party with over 400 people got so out of control that 12 police departments had to be called in Saturday night to break it up. Officers needed extra assistance when they were pushed and surrounded and guests, according to NJ.com.
Parsippany police responded to the New Jersey home after getting a noise complaint call. When they arrived they found over 400 people partying and told everyone to leave.
Fights started to break out between the guests inside the home and outside on the back deck. When police tried to stop the fighting on the back deck, they were “encircled by crowd who began pushing the officers,” the Parsippany police told NJ.com in a statement.
No one was injured in the altercations.
The New Jersey State Police and officers from not one, not two, but 11 other towns had to be called in to restore order.
Police gave residents Adam Gill, 21, and James Moran, 22, citations for noise ordinances following the incident.