A state police spokesperson has identified the lawmaker who was apparently behind the noise complaint that led to last week’s arrest of a club DJ in downtown Springfield.
The complainant was not identified in police documents obtained by 970 WMAY News… but those documents show the person who repeatedly called Springfield police on December 3rd claimed that he had already notified State Police Director Hiram Grau of the noise emanating from Marley’s Pub.
ISP spokesperson Monique Bond denies that Grau was contacted, but says staffers for state Senator Antonio Munoz did communicate with state police legislative staff the next day about the issue.
After several complaints… all from the same person… Springfield police did take Sean Layton, who works under the name DJ Evo, into custody on a disorderly conduct charge.
Munoz did not return a call seeking comment.