Police seize DJ sets and speakers during Headingley and Woodhouse noise nuisance warrants
Police have seized DJ sets and speakers from houses in Leeds after carrying out noise nuisance warrants.
The Leeds anti-social behaviour team and north west Leeds policing officers conducted two noise nuisance warrants in Headingley and Woodhouse on Tuesday.
Occupants of two addresses were found to have breached their previously issued Section 80 Noise Abatement notices by continuing to generate 'excessive' noise.
This allows the Leeds anti-social behaviour team to obtain a warrant and seize any noise-emitting items from the property.
The items will be held securely for 28 days and can then be retrieved by payment of a fee.
Police pleaded with residents to be 'considerate' of neighbours and 'think of the negative effects' that noise nuisance can cause them.
North west Leeds neighbourhood policing officers revealed what had happened on social media: "Yesterday, the Leeds Anti-Social Behaviour Team in partnership with officers from Inner North West NPT, conducted two noise nuisance Warrants in Headingley & Woodhouse.
"Occupants of two addresses were identified as having breached their previously-issued Section 80 Noise Abatement notices by continuing to generate excessive noise.
"This allows the Leeds Antisocial Behaviour Team to obtain a warrant & seize any noise-emitting items from the property.
"The items are held securely for 28 days, at which point a fee can be paid to retrieve them.
"Please be considerate of your neighbours & think of the negative effects noise nuisance can cause to them."