BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - For the first time in 10 years, the Carlotta St. Party has been canceled.
According to the Baton Rouge Police Department, the individuals/business owners who usually planned and arrange the Carlotta St Party chose not to apply for the permits required to have the event.
Since the permits were not secured and the residents in the area have expressed that they do not want the event to occur, the Baton Rouge Police Department will take proactive measures to ensure public safety.
Baton Rouge Police say anyone who decides to come to Carlotta St on Friday October 26 through Saturday, October 27 with the intentions of having or starting and illegal street party could face criminal charges.
To ensure public safety The Baton Rouge Police Department will have uniformed and plain clothes officers conducting foot patrols in the area.
They will enforce all state and local laws such as but not limited to; Illegal Parking, Alcohol Violations, and Loud Music.