Tallahassee, Florida (WTXL) — Around 2 am on Friday, parents were picking up their teenage daughter from a parking party when a bullet hit the back of a car.
It occurred in a parking lot near Cascade Park on South Gaddsden Street and East Van Buren Avenue.
Tallahassee police say an unknown suspect fired multiple ammunition in the air.
No one was injured.
According to Leon County tax records, the city of Tallahassee owns the parking lot.
Due to complaints about the loud parking party in the city.
Recently, a new noise ordinance has been passed that increases the likelihood that police stations will find a party in the parking lot.
But Curtis Richardson said they couldn’t stop these parties altogether.
“One of the things we don’t know is who is planning. When that happens, it happens out of nowhere,” said Mayor Curtis Richardson.
But he said the new noise ordinance would help TPD crack down on political parties.
“They were able to get closer to the person making the sound and actively tackle the problem. Orally warn them to comply with reducing or eliminating the sound, or escalate to the point of being fined. “Richardson said. ..
People we spoke to in the area say they couldn’t hear the gunshots on Friday morning.
Tallahassee police said the Shell case was also collected as evidence and is continuing to investigate.
The city of Tallahassee approved the new noise ordinance last month.
Under the new recommendations, police now have more authority
- Dissolve a large late-night parking party.
- Repeated criminals with fines between $ 250 and $ 500.
- Hold the business owner responsible for the parties that have occurred in their property.
The local parking party ended with a shot shot hitting a parent’s car
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