A man was arrested for an outstanding warrant after police responded to his house for a noise complaint. When searching the house, they noticed a ticket for public intoxication that was taped to the man’s bedroom door.
Police responded to Harton Street for a noise complaint. When they arrived, they heard the music coming from speakers placed in the windows of the house facing out. As the officer approached the front door, which was open, he noticed a man laying through a window.
The officer tapped the window and shined a flashlight to try and wake the man, but he was unresponsive. The officer went in the front door. There was alcohol strewn around the room and on the floor. The officer yelled out, but no one came to meet him.
The officer walked to the bedroom and saw the ticket for public intoxication taped to the door in a trophy-like manor. The officer was able to wake the man, who came into the living room. He appeared extremely intoxicated.
The officer noted that the man would receive an extreme noise citation. He submitted his identification, and after it was run through the system, it showed he had a warrant out for not paying his public intoxication fines. He was taken into custody and and cited for the noise violation.