MANCHESTER — A University Lane resident called police Saturday for assistance with an intoxicated woman, unfamiliar to the homeowner, who had entered the caller’s home and was yelling and shouting.
When police arrived, the 41-year-old intoxicated woman, a Gloucester resident, claimed to be the caretaker of the home and was attempting to remove some belongings, according to police.
Police transported the Gloucester woman to her home on Perkins Street, and the Manchester homeowner decided against pressing charges, according to police.
Officers issued summonses to “numerous” minors for alcohol possession, after breaking up a party on Magnolia Beach Saturday, police said.
Police had found the party after receiving a complaint from a Raymond Street resident of loud noise on the beach about 11:25 p.m., according to police.
A woman who was reported as non-responsive inside a School Street church Friday was transported to Beverly Hospital about 10:40 a.m., according to police.
An officer on patrol called firefighters to extinguish an open fire, which police described as large and unattended, on Singing Beach Friday about 9:45 p.m., according to police.
Police said the fire was in violation of town bylaw.
Police transported a Summer Street resident to Beverly Hospital for intoxication treatment, and treated another woman at the same residence for intoxication Friday about 10:45 p.m., according to police.
Police had arrived on scene after a caller reported that one woman at the residence was intoxicated and having trouble breathing, police said.
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