On yesterday after my husband came home and a notice was on the door that there was a noise complaint on December 25th. Which the night in question it was after 12 midnight Christmas Eve I andfamily from out of town, we were laughing and
talking the complaint stated we had loud music
which was not true. We were baking and cooking
laughing and talking., the notice also stated January 1st we were not here. The complaint came from
people who stay on the other end way on the other
end of the building. The violation said it came from a local police department. Which a officer came out he didn't knock on our door he flashed a light in our Window so we thought it was something wrong thought someone was hurt trying to get attention DID not know it was a officer so when we down stairs,
Your post is confusing. But I suspect the notice was a prank from a neighbor. Police knock on doors, issue citations, not notices, and do not wait more than a week to take action on noise complaints. Your post suggests a lease violation. Such a violation would normally come from your landlord, not from a neighbor or the police, as you are not in a landlord/tenant relationship with either.
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