A 38-year-old Rockport man was arrested Sunday night after a caller reported an erratic operator at the intersection of Poplar and Cherry streets.
Kevin J. Ryan, of 13 Bearskin Neck, Rockport, was arrested on a charge of drunken driving (second offense) after being stopped by police at 11:23 p.m. According to the police report, officers noted Ryan had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, a bright red face and smelled strongly of an alcoholic beverage. According to the report, Ryan told police he wanted to go home and wanted "police to tell him to or not to take the breath test" adding, "Ryan called his dad to help him decide."
An East Main Street man reported Sunday night that his residence had been burglarized.
A white, Pelican brand dingy was found on the private side of Good Harbor Beach at 12:14 a.m. yesterday. Police noted the dingy was full of water and mud and buried in the sand. According to the report, the dingy appeared to have been there for a "couple of tides and broke free from a mooring."
Seven old, rimless tires were illegally dumped by the roadside in the vicinity of 186 Magnolia Ave.; they were found yesterday at 2 a.m.
A Beverly resident reported yesterday morning that someone sideswiped her Honda Civic while it was parked on Sadler Street overnight Sunday. The woman reported damage was done to the vehicle's passenger side.
A man reported his company car was vandalized at 11:35 a.m. yesterday. The Kia sedan's rear window was smashed while the vehicle was parked in front of 38 Main St.
A Gloucester man reported his truck was burglarized while it was parked in the Citizen's Bank parking lot yesterday afternoon. Someone stole the man's silver LG brand flip phone and $50.
The Fire Department responded to a Railroad Avenue car wash after a vacuum fire was reported just after noon yesterday. According to the fire report, the fire was a result of wiring that shorted out on an exterior vacuum. The wire was disconnected and the scene was cleared.
Rescuers transported a man from the Heights at Cape Ann to Addison Gilbert Hospital at 11:46 p.m. Monday and residents from Great Republic Drive, Washington and Main streets to the hospital yesterday.