The Service de Police de la Ville de Montréal aka SPVM alleges that four of its officers were assaulted Friday evening when they were called to break up an illegal gathering in Outremont. \nA spokesperson for the SPVM said a 911 call was placed at around 5:15 p.m. on January 22 to report several people inside a building near Rue Durocher and Avenue Lajoie. \nEditor's Choice: 6 Rules For Flying The Quebec Flag You Probably Didn't Know\n\n\n\n\n3\n\n\nTickets later issued to curfew breakers in the Outremont area\n\n\n\nWhen police arrived on the scene, they tried to obtain "collaboration" with those responsible, the spokesperson said.\nHe said the officers noted an infraction being committed in regards to Quebec's public health emergency order.\nThe Canadian Press reported that "dozens of people fled the scene, several wearing Jewish headwear." \nAccording to the SPVM, "the majority of the offenders decided to leave by charging physically the police officers." \nA general infraction report has been issued by the police officers and is set to be forwarded to the Directeur des poursuites criminelles et pénales (DPCP).\nNo police or citizens have been reported injured.\nThe SPVM spokesperson said three tickets were issued later that evening to people in the same area who were not respecting the curfew. \nAccording to the Jewish Community Council of Montreal, effective on January 22, the Quebec government will allow adult members of the Jewish community to form a "minyan" — a grouping of ten people required for certain prayers — as long as public health measures are in place.