You can call the local police and ask that they charge the neighbor with Disorderly Conduct. If they have little or no interest in intervening in the matter you can file a Private Criminal Complaint against him. The procedure for filing your own charges varies from county to county, so it is recommended that you speak with a lawyer in your county to assist in the process.
I agree with my colleague, and suggest you call the police and request that they take action. It is also up to the landlord to maintain the pease at the building. Am attorney can also send a letter on your behalf.
It is often up to the police once they arrive. My colleagues are correct regarding the filing of a private criminal complaint. The issue becomes that his defense will be that the police came and they did not find his behavior egregious enough to cite him. It will also involve a lot of time and effort on your part. It will likely remain in the courts long after he has left. It really becomes whether you wish to do this or not.
This is not intended as individual legal advice and there is no attorney client relationship established by this answer. It is advisable that you seek individualized legal assistance. This is not a substitute for hiring an attorney.
Yes, you can see if the police will take a complaint. You record the noise or have the police over when he leaves the alarm on, so they can witness the distrubance. If the cops won't take a complaint for DC or Harassment, you can see if the DA at the local DJ office will take a Private Complaint. Remember, you will have to face him in court and this may all be over in 60 days when he is evicted.