Benton Harbor police cracking down on loud music violators

(Photo supplied/Benton Harbor Department of Public Safety)

The City of Benton Harbor is cracking down on loud music violators.

The city has instituted a zero tolerance policy for violations of the loud music and public peace ordinances, according to the Benton Harbor Department of Public Safety which warns residents they will be strictly enforcing these ordinances.

Violators will receive appearance citations and up to a $250 fine.

Additionally, violators may have their vehicles impounded and must pay the associated towing and storage fees.

This order will be indefinite in its duration, according to the department.

Residents who want to report instances of loud music should call 927-8436.

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