Police quiet loud neighbours
Blasting loud music and hosting raging parties has landed two Kamloops men in hot water.
Over the past month, Kamloops RCMP say they have responded to 15 noise complaints about a residence on Westmount Drive.
RCMP made multiple trips to the home, between Feb. 20 and Mar. 29, and Kamloops Bylaw issued three bylaw tickets for loud noise to the renters, but the two men did nothing to change their behaviour, instead telling authorities they were being evicted from the home and did not care about the warnings and tickets.
On Saturday, Kamloops RCMP acted on the endless complaints and successfully executed a criminal code search warrant on the house in question.
Police seized the renters' $4000 stereo and are forwarding a report to Crown Counsel, recommending charges of Mischief against the two men.
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