In early scenes of Pulp Fiction, Vince and Jules are in Brett's apartment to confront him. As Jules gets aggressive, he shouts at everyone in the apartment loudly and clearly and then shoots Roger, the guy on the sofa. The gunfire was also loud.
Jules then proceeds to confront Brett, with the confession and the famous Bible verse. So a considerable time has passed since the shouting and the shooting. Therefore, if police were alarmed about the gunfire, they would be around or ideally would have arrived but no one in the neighborhood is bothered?
Did no one bother to call the police about the situation? or even if they did not, why did the police not notice this and arrive at the scene by themselves?