It seems that some Torontonians aren't following stay-at-home orders. \nPolice were forced to investigate 11 separate complaints of large gatherings in Toronto on Tuesday night.\nEditor's Choice: This Massive Lakeside Ontario Home For Sale Is Under $1M & Has Views For Days\n\nLast night @TorontoPolice responded to several calls for noisy parties. Officers attended, dispersed, & issued tickets to those in non-compliance w/ Stay-At-Home orders. We will continue to respond to these complaints & enforce as needed to ensure the health & safety of our city.— Chief James Ramer (@jamesramertps) January 20, 2021\n\nThe calls, which resulted in multiple charges being laid, included reports of "noisy parties."\nOut of the 11 calls, only two of the incidents resulted in charges. \n"[There were] six [incidents] where no violations were committed, three where people had gone on arrival and two incidents where charges were laid," Cst. Jenifferjit Sidhu told Narcity.\nAccording to TPS, the first charged gathering occurred at the Lawrence Ave E and Victoria Park area at around 11:25 p.m.\nIt was discovered that one person at the address did not live there and they were charged. \n\nThe second gathering, in the Don Mills and Eglinton Avenue area, had several people in attendance. \nA total of eight people at this gathering were charged under the Reopening Ontario Act. \nIndividuals who are caught at illegal gatherings can be fined $750, according to the Ontario government website.