(YORK DAILY RECORD) — Some nights, before two of her daughters went to bed, Tanya Saylor would give them headphones.
That would help block the noise — the music, the threats and the sex noises.
The sounds were coming from the other side of a wall the room shared with a neighboring row home in Red Lion. Sometimes they lasted until 3 a.m.
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"It's pretty pathetic when you have to have a protocol due to your neighbor's actions," Saylor said Monday.