A teenager has been arrested in Birmingham after allegedly assaulting an officer when police were called to a house party.
West Midlands Police said they were called to the party in Oscott which had between 20 and 30 people.
The force received 18 calls about breaches of pandemic laws - mainly due to house parties - between 10pm and midnight.
Officers had to move on about 550 people from more than 20 locations across the West Midlands due to breaches of the rules, with eight venues to have their licences reviewed.
We’ve directed around 550 people to leave premises at over 20 locations across the force tonight where #Covid regulations were being breached.— West Midlands Police (@WMPolice) September 27, 2020
Eight premises will receive a visit from licensing officials for a licence review.
No fines have been issued but we will if we have to.
Around midnight officers shut down a pub in Birmingham that was hosting a wedding party with about 60 guests about two hours after it should have closed due to the new coronavirus restrictions.
"It's simple - stay home, stay safe," the force said in a tweet.
On Friday evening police said they moved on about 450 people who were part of big gatherings, while another 250 were forced to leave an event at a hotel in the city.