Jan. 3 at 9:14 p.m., police were called to a three-family home on Grove Street on the report of a first-floor resident, Jon C. Komoroski, 46, who was playing loud music and screaming, according to the report, who answered the door completely naked and intoxicated.
Komoroski, who police say was unsteady on his feet, said something they couldn't hear because of the loud noise and fumbled with the stereo equipment after being asked to turn the music down. He reportedly told officers he didn't know how to "work the equipment."
When told he had to quiet the tunes and there wouldn't be an issue, the report says, Komoroski swore at officers in a loud voice and stuck his fist in the air. Police then wrote him a ticket for creating a public disturbance.
At 9:52 p.m., police were again called to the home about the loud music by a neighbor who just wanted to sleep and when they knocked repeatedly, the din prevented Komoroski from answering right away, the report says.
This time, Komoroski allegedly answered the door wearing only his underwear and realizing again police were summoned, he immediately began swearing and screaming while pointing to the second floor.
It took until midnight before Komoroski was calm enough to be booked back at police headquarters, the report says, allowing them to charge him with second-degree breach of peace.