my unruly neighbors
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smdh

United States

#1 Apr 21, 2013
Why is it that my yung neighbors want to party every night of the dang week?? My landlord says he's going to give 3 warnings but there's only 1 person on the lease smh. everynite!!! Really!! and last night one guy was drunk off his as$and decided to pis$ off the balcony then when the neighbor tried to call 911 no one answers. Omgsh
NotNice

Somerset, KY

#2 Apr 21, 2013
Have you spoken to your neighbors about this behavior ? I think that may be a good first response. If that doesn't work it would be a good idea to get verifacation from your landlord that he has talked to them. If this gets no results then 911 is the reasonable choice. Are any of the people at the party driving? If so get license tag numbers and call 911 when they leave. After a DUI arrest they will probably not want to be hanging out there very often. Good luck, hope things work out for you.
problem

Louisville, KY

#4 Apr 22, 2013
Get video
Stonecold

Bowling Green, KY

#5 Apr 22, 2013
Same problem here we ended up moving to a place in the country. People live close together they're bound to have problems .

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Since: Sep 08

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#6 Apr 22, 2013
Iffen my neighbors pee offen their balcony , I'll pee offen my roof - Can't beat me -
Interested

Cincinnati, OH

#7 Apr 22, 2013
I don't think 911 is for party control. Look up the sheriff number and call the dispatcher and make your complaint. Ask for the dispatchers name or badge number and write down it and the time you called. If this doesn't work call sheriff and complain to him. If he does nothing call the magistrate and ask him to look into your complaint. Keep complaining till they do something. There are laws that protect you from such activity. Sometimes a picture or recording helps

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Since: Sep 08

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#8 Apr 22, 2013
I like # 6 -

“229 Strong”

Level 8

Since: Nov 11

Climax, Kentucky

#9 Apr 22, 2013
I like posts 6, 8, and 9.
smdh

United States

#10 Apr 22, 2013
My neighbor tried calling 911 but no response and even went to the station. we have license plate numbers. Its so rediculous we don't wanna move were on a lease and we were here before them so they're the ones who needa move. a couple wks ago one of the girls brought her baby over and my neighbor and i wre outside and heard the girl say i can't smoke anymore of that i have to drive home smh. its crazy forreal how immature ppl can be. I'm 20 and u don't see me partying everynight no bc i have a job i need to wake up to everyday. The landlord came by today so I'm sure they got their second warning one more their gone hopefully. and yesthey do leave intoxicated or high. my bf went off on one guy last night abt the whole pissin offf the balcony thing but that's probably not going to help. isn't that considered indecent exposure and public intoxication considering he doesn't live here?

Since: Mar 13

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#13 Apr 23, 2013
Does your landlord value their reputation? They're responsible for their part of the lease agreement; and it appears you should look to them to resolve this party animal issue. Make sure you keep documentation of every incident- time, date, actions, requests, people, license #. Unfortunately, if Landlord doesn't care enough to protect their good renters... you'll just have to decide how much you can tolerate. Get to know Small Claims Complaints and the County Attorney's suggestion. Check your Topix inbox messages for more.
ZGS

Oakland, CA

#14 Apr 23, 2013
The problem with this is that The ones causing all the trouble play innocent to the landlords and law. Taking video and recording people to cause damage is against the law. So, you would have to break the law to prove the point.What usually happens is the good person gets in trouble for getting fed up with the trouble maker. I think a law should be passed that landlords should be responsible for these on going rule breakers and bare the cost associated with a tennant having to move. All move want is that rent on time and they don't care. Believe me some landlords even get paid differently knowing of these things.
Dude

United States

#15 Apr 23, 2013
ZGS wrote:
The problem with this is that The ones causing all the trouble play innocent to the landlords and law. Taking video and recording people to cause damage is against the law. So, you would have to break the law to prove the point.What usually happens is the good person gets in trouble for getting fed up with the trouble maker. I think a law should be passed that landlords should be responsible for these on going rule breakers and bare the cost associated with a tennant having to move. All move want is that rent on time and they don't care. Believe me some landlords even get paid differently knowing of these things.
Recording people is not illegal. I have no idea where you people get this stuff. Recording the police is legal. Anything public is not deemed private. I can record you drinking on your deck all day long and can't be prosecuted for anything. If you don't like it, go back inside and close the drapes moron.
sick of cry babies

Ashburn, VA

#16 Apr 23, 2013
Someone called 911 and nobody answered...?Don't believe that for a second!
ZGS

Oakland, CA

#17 Apr 23, 2013
Dude wrote:
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Recording people is not illegal. I have no idea where you people get this stuff. Recording the police is legal. Anything public is not deemed private. I can record you drinking on your deck all day long and can't be prosecuted for anything. If you don't like it, go back inside and close the drapes moron.
Read the law. You said it correctly, in public. My property is private posted property.You lawfully can't record me on my back deck that is invasion of privacy.You and your momma are the Morons, go back to Moronville.

Kentucky – It is a felony to overhear or record, through use of an electronic or mechanical device, a wire or oral communication without the consent of at least one party to that communication. A conversation which is loud enough to be heard through the wall or through the heating system without the use of any device is not protected by the statute.

“229 Strong”

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Since: Nov 11

Climax, Kentucky

#18 Apr 24, 2013
sick of cry babies wrote:
Someone called 911 and nobody answered...?Don't believe that for a second!
I dunno bout that, I once called the suicide prevention line and they hung up on me.
Party time

Somerset, KY

#19 Apr 24, 2013
Cant wait for the weekend. Gonna PARTY AGAIN !! Drink up and be merry ! Get you cameras and recorders ready. LOL !!
Annabelle

London, KY

#20 Apr 25, 2013
ZGS, if one party to the communication has to be aware of the recording, that person would be you. If the goings-on are loud enough for you to hear them, that gives you the ability to be the 'aware' party.
Interested

Dayton, OH

#21 Apr 25, 2013
ZGS wrote:
<quoted text>
Read the law. You said it correctly, in public. My property is private posted property.You lawfully can't record me on my back deck that is invasion of privacy.You and your momma are the Morons, go back to Moronville.
Kentucky – It is a felony to overhear or record, through use of an electronic or mechanical device, a wire or oral communication without the consent of at least one party to that communication. A conversation which is loud enough to be heard through the wall or through the heating system without the use of any device is not protected by the statute.
Dude is right. Not only can he record you, he can have you arrested for drink in public on your back porch. You can not drink in public.

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Since: Sep 08

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#22 Apr 25, 2013
Musikologist wrote:
<quoted text>I dunno bout that, I once called the suicide prevention line and they hung up on me.
Iffen that was back in the '80's , I do sincerely apologize - Was a busy day - Coffee was cold , t v didn't work , phone kept ringin', when I did answer , all I heard was "click" -I think I got fired from that job -
ZGS

Oakland, CA

#24 Apr 25, 2013
526.030 Installing eavesdropping device.
(1) A person is guilty of installing an eavesdropping device when he intentionally installs or places such a device in any place with the knowledge that it is to be used for eavesdropping.
(2) Installing an eavesdropping device is a Class D felony.
Effective: January 1, 1975
History: Created 1974 Ky. Acts ch. 406, sec. 228, effective January 1, 1975.
Might Want to Check Kentucky Eavesdropping Law, Fellas.

By Jim Geraghty
April 11, 2013 3:51 PM
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Apparently they really meant this:

Much more important than, say, obeying Kentucky law. You see, Kentucky requires at least one party in a conversation to consent to the recording of the conversation.

“Unless otherwise provided by law, the authorized maximum terms of imprisonment for a Class D felony is not less than one (1) year nor more than five (5) years.”

A local Democrat has told the press that the organization bragged about that Class D felony.

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