Robert F Kennedy’s son, Matthew “Max” Kennedy was arrested on Sunday for disorderly conduct, along with Max’s daughter, Caroline.
The Boston Herald reports that the incident occurred in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, at 172 Irving Avenue. Barnstable Police Lt. John Murphy reported to the scene after police received a call concerning a “loud party” at around 1 a.m. on Sunday morning. Murphy said that Max Kennedy, 52, and his 25-year-old daughter were arrested at the scene for violating a noise law and for disorderly conduct. Murphy said the noise law applies if it can be heard from 150 feet away.
“It’s if noise is audible for a distance of 150 feet away. It’s a loud party statute, that’s what it’s used for.”
Murphy said only Max Kennedy and his daughter were arrested in the incident, although there were numerous other people at the property. Both father and daughter were released on Sunday night on their own recognizance.
A judge arraigned Max Kennedy and set his next hearing for November 23. Caroline hasn’t been arraigned, and her case was continued until November 22.
The Kennedys do not own the Hyannis home where the party occurred. It’s a rental property known as the “Judy Garland House.” Garland, an actress famous for her role in the 1939 movie, The Wizard of Oz, spent a summer in the home.
Judy spent one summer there over fifty years ago and it is still known as "The Judy Garland House". Talk about… https://t.co/oikk8fosZf
— Judy Garland (@JudyGarlandExp) August 22, 2017
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[Feature Photo: Barnstable PD]