MILFORD, Mass. – A Milford man was arrested Wednesday night after he played loud music from his truck, wouldn’t obey officers and caused a scene in the neighborhood, according to the Milford Police Department.
John Fegan, 29, of 5 Orchard St., was charged with disorderly conduct and violating a noise ordinance.
Officers responded at 10:45 p.m. to 5 Orchard St. for a report of loud music. Upon arrival, the officers immediately heard loud music and could “feel the thumping of bass coming from the driveway,” according to the police report.
The officers approached the pick-up truck that the music was coming from and told Fegan to turn off the music and get out of the vehicle. Fegan turned the music down but not off, according to police.
Again, the officers ordered Fegan to turn off the music and exit the vehicle, but he refused, police said. An officer then opened the passenger side door and told Fegan to turn off the music and exit the vehicle or he would be arrested. Fegan began yelling, “For what,” as he got out of the vehicle, police said.
Fegan refused to show his license and resisted the officer's attempt to take it from his pocket, shoving him in the process the report said. The officer pulled Fegan to the ground while he continued yelling, according to police.
The ruckus brought neighbors out of their homes to watch, police said.
Fegan was subdued, arrested and transported to police headquarters for booking.