Accursio J. Sanfillippo Jr., 21, of 11 Finch Lane, Gloucester, was arrested Sunday morning on charges of drunken driving and driving to endanger.
Sanfillippo was arrested at 1:00 a.m. Sunday after being involved in a one car motor vehicle accident on Concord Street. Sanfillippo was not injured in the crash.
Brett W. McRae, 25, of 7 1/2 Williams Court, Gloucester, was arrested on Saturday and is facing domestic assault and battery charges.
McRae was arrested at 8:40 p.m. Saturday after police say he kicked and attempted to punch his father during an argument. McRae underwent a mental health evaluation after his arrest according to police reports.
A Gloucester couple was arrested Friday evening after police found them passed out in their car parked on Magnolia Avenue near Magnolia Variety.
Thomas Randazza, 47, of 6 Lewis Court, Gloucester, is facing charges of illegal possession of a class b substance while the driver, Bethany A. Cameron, 35, of 32 Friend St., Gloucester, is facing drunken driving and illegal possession of a class b substance charges.
Andrea Torri, 49, of 30 Ye Olde County Road, Gloucester, was arrested Saturday on charges of domestic assault and battery.
Torri was arrested at 9:15 p.m. Friday after police were called to her home on reports of a domestic disturbance.
There were no reported injuries in a pair of minor motor vehicle accidents on Main Street at 6 p.m. Friday and on Friend Street at 6:25 p.m. Friday.
Police were called to Railroad Avenue at 12:05 a.m. Saturday on reports that a man was sleeping in the drivers seat of a woman's car. When police arrived on scene the man told them he was intoxicated and must have gotten into the wrong vehicle. He took a taxi home.
Two Gloucester men and a 16-year-old juvenile are facing larceny charges after police say they stole a pair of bikes from Gloucester homes.
Police spotted Kyle Burbine 19, of 225 Essex Ave., Devon Ilges, 17, of 71 Maplewood Ave. and a 16-year-old driving a two person green bike and a white bike on Main Street at 3 a.m. Saturday. Police stopped the trio because Burbine and Ilges are known to police as they have been arrested before for breaking into vehicles in the early morning hours.
Police cited the three for marijuana possession and let them go. But at 6:30 a.m. a call came in reporting the two person bike stolen from a Willowood Road home and the other bike stolen from Western Avenue.
A vehicle parked in Rose's Wharf Saturday afternoon had its front passengers side window shattered. Police have no suspects.
A North Andover man was told to take a taxi home after police found him passed out in his motor vehicle parked on Bass Avenue at 1:30 a.m. Sunday.
Police were called to Anchor Lane at 3:00 a.m. Sunday on reports of vandalism. According to police reports the residents had their electrical box ripped off the side of the home and their tires slashed.
The residents suspect a California man who was staying at their home but was asked to leave late Saturday night. The incident is under investigation.
Police are investigating a window broken at 7-11 at 3:25 a.m. Sunday.
The Gloucester Fire Department was called to Atlantic Avenue at 5:00 a.m. Sunday on reports of a smoke alarm going off. When they arrived on scene they learned that the resident put food in the oven and fell asleep.
A motor vehicle parked on Pine Street had it's tires slashed sometime Saturday night or Sunday morning. Police have no suspects.