A Greene County, Iowa homeowner could face charges after hosting a party that dozens of people attended, reports KCCI Des Moines. Underage drinking also took place at the gathering.

47 citations were issued at the "large beer gathering" that took place on Q Avenue last Friday, April 3.

According to Greene County Attorney Thomas Laehn, the county is considering whether it will charge the homeowner with violating the social distancing guidelines.

“The prohibition on social gatherings involving more than 10 people had already been in place at the time, so anyone in Greene County hosting an event with more than 10 people present is facing arrest and prosecution for violating the governor's order,” Laehn said.

Just this week, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds announced that anyone hosting a gathering of more than ten people could face misdemeanor charges.

The misdemeanor charge for violating the 10 person rule has a maximum fine of $625 or 30 days in jail.