Four people have been issued with infringement notices for breaking health orders after attending a party in Orange on Saturday afternoon.
Central West Police District officers were called to a residence on Summer Street at about 4.50pm after reports a party was occurring.
Police said they spoke to several people at the party.
They said four people were found to be there who did not live at the address and could not provide satisfactory reasons for being there.
Police said they were also not part of the same family.
Officers have been monitoring areas of Orange to ensure people are complying with the current COVID lockdown rules which require people to stay at home unless they have a good reason to be out.
Meanwhile in a separate incident two men have been arrested after an altercation with police Highway Patrol officers on Sunday.
Police said the Highway Patrol had reason to stop a vehicle on Roselawn Drive at about 11.20am.
They said the incident ended up in a "small wrestle."
Two men, aged 21 and 22, both from Orange were arrested and taken to Orange police station.
The pair were being interviewed by officers on Sunday afternoon.
Meanwhile the Australian Federal Police have confirmed they raided a house in Orange on Saturday morning.
Neighbours reported seeing officers with automatic weapons and bullet proof vests at the property.
An AFP spokeswoman confirmed the incident on Sunday.
"Police have executed a search warrant in Orange as part of an ongoing investigation," she said.
"Further details will be provided at an appropriate time."
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