Police responded to the Golden Living Center on Saturday at 10:20 p.m. for a report of a suspicious person.
Officers spoke to an employee who said he was on Marsh Street on break with another employee. He said that, while they were walking back to Golden Living, a man came up to them and asked if they were gay.
The reporting employee said no, and said the other one asked if it would matter if they were. The man said it would, as it would be wrong for him to talk to them. The employee said that they walked in the side door and the man tried to follow them. They told him to leave, and he argued with them, according to the police report.
The employee added that the person lives on Marsh Street and frequents the area where Golden Living workers take breaks and consistently asks weird questions.
Police spoke with the man and told him he was not welcome on Golden Living's property.
A driver with Boston Taxi called police at 3:59 a.m. Sunday to report that someone he had driven from Boston to Gloucester couldn't get in the house he lived at to get money to pay his fare.
Police called the owner of the house, who reported being stuck with a group of friends in North Station that night. They agreed to pay the fare, $131, the next day. Police said if the fare wasn't paid, they would seek criminal complaints.
A Chester Square woman called police Sunday at 12:06 a.m. to report that she heard nine gunshots nearby. Police checked the area and found nothing.
A Blynman Avenue resident called police Sunday at 8:15 a.m to report that her car had been broken into. She said someone had broken into the vehicle overnight, and ransacked the passengers side. Police are investigating.
Fire Department paramedics transported a Rogers Street resident to Addison Gilbert Hospital on Sunday at 10:39 a.m.
Police broke up a fight between two brothers in a Washington Street residence at 12:41 p.m. Sunday. The brothers, police reports state, were fighting after one of them broke a vase.
Fire Department paramedics transported a Oxford Road resident to Addison Gilbert Hospital on Sunday at 2:35 a.m.
Officers responded to a report of fireworks on Good Harbor Beach on Sunday at 2:38 a.m. When they arrived, however, they could not find anyone in the area.
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