ALBANY, N.Y. -- A loud party, at a home police say they consistently have to respond to leads to two arrests this weekend.
According to police, on Sunday they responded to complaints of a loud party on Hudson Avenue just before 3:30 in the morning.
This video is from this past November.
Police say when they got to the house this past weekend they found people outside being loud and drinking alcohol.
Police say when they tried to quiet the party down; a man urinated off a staircase and onto a police officer.
That's when police arrested Noah McCall, 19.
He's been charged with third degree reckless assault.
Police also arrested Luca Quinn, 19, with criminal possession of a weapon after they found metal knuckles in the home.
This is the third time police have been called to this residence for reports of a loud party.
"Also on November 9, of 2012 police officers responded to the same address for a loud commotion. Officers arrived and they found 14 individuals in the basement being some part of an initiation for an unsanctioned group or fraternity. Nine people were arrested during that incident. There have been several incidents at this house. In 2013 alone, Albany Police responded 14 times," said Steve Smith, Albany Police Department.
Smith also said each time they have been called to the house they have found a number of safety hazards.
And each time when police call a buildings and codes representative the house has been deemed unsafe and uninhabitable.