FAIRFIELD, Conn. - Two brothers were arrested after Fairfield police officers were called four times to a Brett Road home early Sunday as neighbors complained about loud music, police said.
The brothers were charged with disorderly conduct, police said.
According to the report, officers started receiving calls about loud music at 12:12 a.m. When officers first went to the house, they told 28-year-old resident Howard Foote to turn the music down and said he would be arrested if the police were called again, police said.
About 40 minutes later, officers responded a second time to the house on noise complaints, police said. Foote was charged with disorderly conduct and released on a written promise to appear at Bridgeport Superior Court on July 30.
Officers were called a third time to the house at 2:30 a.m., but when they arrived no noise was heard from the street, police said. At about 4 a.m., officers went to the house a fourth time and spoke with 24-year-old Austen Foote about the noise, police said.
He was also charged with disorderly conduct and released on a written promise to appear on July 30.
Fairfield Police Sgt. Suzanne Lussier said a check of the call history on this house reveled eight noise complaints, with two occurring earlier this year.
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