11 Eames Place, Amherst
So these party boys and girl at 11 Eames Place are a throw back to the party days of yore (as in anytime the UMass is in session), yet as unusual as a white buffalo: My first "owner occupied" party house.
Very early Saturday morning (1:00 AM) police were called to this bucolic, tidy, tucked away neighborhood for reports of a "fight in the area and noise complaint." Upon police arrival the fight was over, but the noise remained.
Neighbors report that on Sunday the perps came a calling to admit their interaction with Amherst Police and complain that they were unfairly arrested for "noise", when in fact it was the combatants engaged in fighting who attracted a police response.
Next time maybe they will do a better job controlling their guests.
Arrested for unlawful noise:
Brendan Toohey, Calamint Hill Rd, North Princeton, MA, age 22
Jennifer List, Eli Lane, East Falmouth, MA, age 19
Reed Smith, Paine Street, Wellesley, MA, age 27
Runner up party house: Police were called to 62 Gray Street early Sunday morning (1:16 AM) for "reports of a loud pary spilling into roadway."
According to APD narrative:
Several guests were found outside drinking alcohol and speaking loudly. Resident was identified and party cleared. Additionally a town "Stop" sign was located in the common area of #2 and seized. The sign was tagged as property to be returned to the DPW. The resident was issued a warning for noise. Approximately 20 guests cleared out.
And if an innocent citizen died as a result of the missing stop sign?