Niagara Falls Police Find Up To 100 People At Boisterous Party At Airbnb

Officers found as many as 100 people at a party early Sunday after calls about noise, loud music and illegally parked cars, Niagara Falls police reported. Officers responded at 3 a.m. to a house in the 100 block of 24th Street used as an Airbnb rental property and found several vehicles stopped in the street blocking traffic and several more illegally parked along 24th Street and Mackenna Avenue. Police said there were 30 to 50 people on the lawn outside the house and another 50 inside, in possible violation of Covid-19 safety regulations. Officers reported that they began issuing tickets, but were unable to determine who owned or rented the property. No further details were provided.

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