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Neighbors are telling WBTV
noise from a nearby bar is keeping them up at night.
They live by RC's Grill and
Sandbar on Highway 21 in Fort Mill.
Neighbors tell WBTV they
shot cell phone video Monday night in the Cascades of River Crossing
The complex is across the
street from RC's Grill & Sandbar.
Mike Fratus says loud music
coming from the bar keeps him and his neighbors up 3-5 nights out of a week.
"After 10 or 11 o'clock at
night we have to go to bed. People have to work in the morning and kids have to
go to school and it's just a ridiculous amount of noise," said Fratus.
Now, a group of residents
from the complex say they've had enough, including Danny Luna.
Luna says the noise coming
from the bar keeps his 6-year-old son up all night and is worried it will
affect his son's schoolwork.
"We have a six your old
that's trying to go to sleep so he can go to school and perform like every
other kid. He's usually up to 2 or 3 o'clock in the morning listening to engines
rev up, burnouts and fights," said Luna.
Fratus says he now carries
a gun with him while walking his dog after a scary encounter with some of the
"Their customers have
actually come across the highway and have threatened to kill people here," said
WBTV spoke with the owner
of RC's Grill and Sandbar and he told us he was unaware of any threats of
physical altercations and says he wants to work with his neighbors to make sure
any issues are resolved.
"If we can do anything,
we'd be happy to help. We're trying to work with everybody. A lot of our customers
live in the neighborhood," said RC's Grill & Bar owner Scott Couchenour.
WBTV has learned Fort Mill
police have been called out to the bar several times for noise complaints, but
officials tell us the bar owner has never been cited for a violation because
music coming from his bar is within the city's allowable limits.
Neighbors say they just
want to see something done soon.
"I would like for someone
to step in and control this before it gets out of hand," said Luna.
Neighbors told WBTV their
homeowner's association has hired a lawyer to see if any legal action can be
taken against the bar's owner.