BEL AIR— The Los Angeles Police Department responded to a disturbance call regarding a wedding reception in Bel Air’s Holmby Hills neighborhood on August 5.
The complaint was received around 11:50 p.m., regarding a wedding taking place at 10300 Wyton Drive. Speaking to Canyon News, LAPD’s Officer Mike Lopez said that officers arrived on the scene and investigated the disturbance. They found out that several vehicles were illegally parked around the premises and after issuing parking violation tickets, officers asked people to go inside.
“The officers stayed for several hours and took care of the situation,” said Officer Lopez.
The homeowner said to a news photographer that he was sorry it took so many calls to the police in order to bring the noise down, according to the Los Angeles Daily News. He also added that the party ended as soon as the police told him to shut it down.
Speaking to NBCLA, a guest said that there were people throughout the wedding making sure that people wore masks, were social distancing, and that it was enforced. “I’m an EMT and I’ve been dealing with the COVID pandemic and I understand that it’s important. I was satisfied with what they were doing.”