Barn becomes a big boom box

HURON Loud music complaints are not confined to urban areas where booming sound systems in pimped-ou
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

 

HURON

Loud music complaints are not confined to urban areas where booming sound systems in pimped-out cars shake the windows.

Carolyn Maczuga got off with a warning for disturbing the peace after sheriff's deputies went to her home in the 2800 block of Scheid Road to investigate a noise complaint late Tuesday night.

Deputies heard loud music coming from inside a barn at 10:03 p.m. when they arrived at the residence. Maczuga, 64, told deputies she was blaring the music to get back at her neighbors, with whom she's had problems. Maczuga told deputies she's hired an attorney and plans to sue her neighbors because of problems with farm animals.

A neighbor called sheriff's deputies to report the noise complaint in retaliation, Maczuga said.

Maczuga at first refused to turn the music down, but relented when deputies told her she would be cited for disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace.