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October 21, 2014, 10:15 pm
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State Senator Munoz Doesn't Like Dub Step

Noise Complainant Named by ISP PIO


The unidentified complainant from last week's incident involving DJ Evo is State Senator Antonio Munoz, according to a spokesperson with the Illinois State Police.


ISP Public Information Officer Monique Bond revealed the name when questioned about whether the complainant contacted ISP Director Hiram Grau about a noise complaint.


Bond says that the claims revealed in Springfield Police documents that the complainant contacted the Illinois State Police Director directly are not true, but does confirm that Illinois State Police legislative liaison reached out the Munoz's staffers about the incident the following morning.


State Senator Munoz doesn't like Dub Step


There was only one complainant, according to SPD records.


As for how ISP knew to follow up if Munoz didn't contact ISP during the incident as was claimed in the redacted report, Bond says that the Chicago democrat must have reached out to ISP the next morning to lodge a complaint and that's when a liaison from ISP followed up.


Bond says that noise complaints are a city matter and state police would never get involved anyway.


Messages for a response from Munoz have not been returned.


Sean Layton, also known as DJ Evo was arrested early Tuesday morning last week after Munoz complained to Springfield Police several times.


For more on the Springfield Police documents released via the Freedom of Information Act, check out this blog here: Documents: Complainant Claims to Have Contacted ISP Director Over Loud Music



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