The 20-year-old’s birthday party was identified by Richmond as a mysterious voice

RICHMOND, Calif. (KGO) — Were you woken up by a mysterious noise in the Richmond area on Saturday night?

The mayor of Richmond set out to solve the mystery and even offered a $500 reward to anyone who could identify the voice.

“Well, it literally sounded like dun, dun, dun, dun,” said Richmond resident Ruby Gorosetta.

That’s the voice Gorostetta still can’t get out of her head.

“I couldn’t sleep, it was in the back of my head, I would stop feeding for a few minutes but it kept me going,” she said.

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Spanning from about 8pm Saturday night to 9am the next morning, she heard it while she was in the San Pablo area.

“It was really loud, it was kind of scary because it just kept going and going, and I’m sitting there, it can only mean one thing, aliens,” she said.

And she wasn’t alone.

Richmond Mayor Tom Butt says it was heard in Richmond, San Pablo and El Sobrante.

“Next Door and Facebook were just lit up, literally hundreds of people all over West County were complaining about it, no one could figure it out, people were getting in their cars and looking at it,” Butt said. were trying to find,” Butt said.

So Mayor Butt posted a $500 reward Sunday for anyone who could identify what the ‘Richmond plague’ sound was and where it was coming from.

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Tips started pouring in and two came from people attending an outdoor party in Richmond.

A tipster led Meyer to a vacant industrial lot near Richmond Parkway and Goodrick Road.

Beer cans, bottle caps and speaker wires, the only signs left from the party that was, for the most part, kept under wraps.

Mayor Butt says it was a party with “electro-funk” style music.

“Apparently it’s a cultural thing, where people get a pickup truck and pack up a bed full of high-powered sound equipment and then they get together at some point and they do all this stuff. Let’s play together.” Butt said.

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Found ABC7 Flyer for online eventwhich appears in Portuguese, before being traced to a man who claims to be the administrator’s father.

He says that the whole thing was just his son’s 20th birthday party.

“What they did was illegal,” Butt said. “Richmond has a pretty strong noise ordinance, and doing something like that is illegal and punishable as a misdemeanor punishable by a $1,000 fine or six months in jail.”

The birthday boy’s father says he sent his son and his best friend, who also helped organize the party, straight to City Hall to speak directly to the mayor when he heard about it. what happened

The mayor’s office confirms the men came down but the mayor was busy, so they didn’t meet.

ABC7 called the Richmond Police Department to see if the teenagers could face any charges, but they have not yet heard back.

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