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Lawrence Police responded to a Springfield Street apartment just
before 4 a.m. for a loud music complaint.
Upon arrival Officers found a large group yelling, with very loud music
playing in the back ground. Officers
identified the individual who rents the apartment as Jorge Pichardo age 30, who
stated that they were celebrating his birthday.
He was advised that the music needed to be turned off, and anyone who did not live there had to
leave. Furthermore, he was instructed
that if another complaint was made, and Officers had to return he would receive
a $200.00 ticket. Approximately, 20
minutes later a second call came into
Lawrence Police Dispatch, upon returning a $200.00 ticket was issued for
violation of the City’s Noise Ordinance at which time Pichardo was informed
that if Officers had to return he would be subject to arrest. Moments later Officers were dispatched back
to the location at which time Pichardo was placed in custody, and charged with
keeping a disorderly household.