Local police respond every day to heated and unusual situations. The following is one item pulled from the daily police blotter. SANDUSKY POLICE WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22 6:37 a.m. - Wayne and E. Washington streets, police pulled over car blasting music, said it was so loud they couldn't hear radio traffic as car passed; William Keefer, 27, 100 block Palmer Drive, sound amplification violation. For the full daily police blotter from agencies across the area, pick up the Register or check out the e-paper.

Comments

Bluto

Just because you may like your music doesn't mean that everyone likes it as well .  Your NOT impressing anyone either , just annoying them .

wiredmama222

years ago Cleveland had a law called "you crank it, we yank it" which meant if you could hear a radio more than 50 feet from your car, they yanked out your speakers right then and there.  I wish we had that law.

I HATE that loud crap.

lovepink

i think it is ok if u listen to it loud cause that is how people listen to music but not so u loud u can hear  it from the car cause some people listen to loud music at there houes butNOONE SAYS ANYTHING ABOUT THAT  but i do agree u schould be able to hear sirines when they go offcause there is an emergence

 

Nicole

First, @ Bluto, since when does loud music mean your trying to impress someone?? You're an idiot.

Second, the law is if you can clearly hear the music from 50 ft away you can get a ticket. In this situation the cop was standing outside of his car in the street, he pulled up to the light with his window down, 2 ft. away from the cop. He didn't turn the music down because it wasn't that loud.