About 1,200 fines have been issued as of Saturday morning following the rave, which began on Thursday, French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin mentioned by way of his official Twitter profile.
Trucks, sound techniques and mills have been seized and Gendarmes officers “are continuing their investigation and checks so that this illegal event is harshly sanctioned,” Darmanin added.
Of the 1,200 fines, 800 have been associated to coronavirus restrictions and 400 to drug offenses, head of the Bretagne Gendarmerie forces General Pierre Sauvegrain instructed reporters.
Up to 20 automobiles, together with vehicles which can be carrying sound tools, managed to flee the police block by driving on a lane which led to the freeway, Sauvegrain mentioned.
“There is a judicial investigation which will allow us to identify the main perpetrators and to arrest them,” he added.
Local police tried to close down the rave on Thursday, however mentioned they “faced violent hostility,” with a police automobile set on hearth, different automobiles broken, and troopers sprayed with bottles and stones, which induced minor accidents.
“No new violence” occurred since then, a Gendarmerie Nationale spokesperson instructed CNN on Saturday, including that partygoers have been “leaving the premises voluntarily.”
Local authorities mentioned the variety of partygoers was “estimated at 2,500, coming from different French departments and from abroad.”
A nationwide curfew from eight p.m. to six a.m. has been in place since December 15.