CHESTERFIELD, Mich. (WXYZ/CNN)– Citizens in one Michigan area are disturbed after receiving a lengthy letter from a neighbor threatening to make their “lives miserable for days and months to come” if fireworks are used after 9 p.m. at any point throughout the week of the 4th of July.
According to a post on the Chesterfield Michigan Facebook page, neighbors in the Eagle’s Nest neighborhood received an anonymous letter.
The letter calls out one house, in particular, including that last year there were extremely “loud and obnoxious” amounts of fireworks being blown off in the area of that house. The letter points out that it might have been the surrounding homes, but that the specific place of the firework activity mattered bit due to the fact that everyone on the block would be punished.
“The explosions went to almost midnight, and I had perhaps 2 hours of sleep that night,” the letter checked out. “This is NOT your problem, nevertheless if this occurs again this year, I don’t care who had the celebration or lights the fireworks this year, I will make your and your neighbors’ lives miserable for days and months to come.”
The author of the letter, who discusses that she or he works a 4 a.m. to 2 p.m. shift through the week, goes as far to state that if any fireworks are blasted after 9 p.m., they will strike back, and the whole block will suffer.
“I will take my frustrations out on the whole Dove Lane block, and I’ll keep the retaliations lasting permanently,” the confidential neighbor composed. “You do not know when I’ll retaliate, but it WILL occur, and it will take place over and over again. NOTHING will be ruled out in regards to how I strike back.”
A homeowner of the area reacted to the letter on the Chesterfield Facebook page specifying, “A couple of people in the Eagle’s Amphibian neighborhood have received a really INCRIMINATING letter by a resident obviously living off Dove Lane.”
A minimum of 4 locals have received the letter, according to the Facebook post.
The post went on to read, “Please share this with anyone you understand residing in the “Eagle’s Nest” subdivision off of Cotton Road and Gratiot. What the person sent out is nothing to shake off, these are legitimate dangers from a coward hiding behind anonymity.”
On Sunday, the Chesterfield Municipality Police Department published on their Twitter account a connect to the county’s fireworks code, reminding residents that fireworks are only permitted the day prior to the vacation, the day of and the day after. The code likewise specifies that Fireworks must not be utilized in between the hours of midnight and 8 a.m.
Those who breach the code will be charged with a misdemeanor and fined as much as $500.
Chesterfield cops say that they are examining after receiving calls about the letter.
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