Id rather 100 spouses get battered than one loud and spirited couple get their lives turned upside down because people want to assume there is abuse.
That particular statement will likely get this thread shut down, which is unfortunate since the OP could certainly use some advice on her issue. I strongly suggest you take a long, hard look at what you wrote and think about it. You may also benefit from reading the advice below:
For the OP:
One time a police officer showed up at my house while my husband and I were at home. My husband answered the door since I was upstairs doing errands.. The officer asked if everything was ok. Puzzled, my husband said yes. The officer then demanded that I come downstairs. I did, and the officer asked me if I was ok. Very confused, I said yes, things were fine. The officer then said that someone had reported loud noises and screaming coming from our house. Hubby and I stood there looking baffled (because, well, we were!) and said that nothing had happened, and I kept reiterating I was fine.
And that was the end of it. The officer wished us a good day and left. Nothing further came of it. Our lives certainly weren't turned "upside-down."
And, I should add, we weren't angry. While there was nothing happening at our house, obviously something somewhere had concerned someone enough to call law enforcement in the middle of the day, and if something HAD happened to me I would be glad someone out there cared enough to call.
(And my sweet hubby is not abusive in any way, shape, or form. Just sayin.')