Homeless Man Breaks Into Adams National Historic Site in Quincy, Massachusetts

A homeless man faces charges after breaking into the Adams National Historic Site in Quincy, Massachusetts. 

The home, located at 141 Franklin St., is the birthplace of President John Quincy Adams. 

Police responded on Thursday night to a report of a burglar alarm. Upon arrival, authorities saw a broken window and fresh footprints in the mud. 

Once a key holder arrived on scene, police noticed a restroom door inside the building was locked. A verbal command was issued, and a voice called out "OK, I'm coming out." 

The man, identifed as Michael Zadrony, 52, was placed under arrest. 

He will be arraigned in Quincy District Court.

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