The person, 20, was reported for summons and may very well be fined the utmost £10,000 after 100-150 individuals had been discovered contained in the property, the drive stated.
Various different partygoers had been additionally handed £200 mounted penalty notices for breaking guidelines.
Police stated Isaiah Zanamwe, of Spring Vale, Dartford, Kent, was arrested, handed a £200 superb and subsequently charged with obstructing a police officer within the execution of their responsibility.
The 19-year-old will seem at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court docket in January.
Inspector Amy English, of Nottinghamshire Police, stated: “The present Tier 3 restrictions for Nottinghamshire are in place to forestall the unfold of Covid-19 and to save lots of lives.
“It’s deeply disappointing that so many individuals determined to disobey the principles on this event and improve the danger of transmission of this lethal virus.
“The restrictions are in place for a motive and the one manner we’re going to cease the virus is that if all of us persist with the principles.
“The very very last thing we need to be doing as cops is to be punishing individuals for gathering collectively and having enjoyable, however there actually are not any excuses for this sort of behaviour the place individuals are blatantly ignoring guidelines in such massive numbers.
“Most individuals throughout the county have been enjoying their half in limiting the unfold of the virus by obeying the regulation however sadly there are some individuals who refuse to stick to our efforts to have interaction, clarify and educate and consequently we is not going to hesitate to work with our companions to implement the rules.”
Extra reporting by PA Media.