• Montpelier Police Log: Several thefts reported around captial
    November 13,2012
     

    The following is a sampling of calls Montpelier police responded to in recent days.



    Nov. 5

    Someone drove off after pumping $70 in gas without paying from Capital Deli on State Street.

    There was a two-car accident at the intersection of Memorial Drive and National Life Drive around 9 a.m. Injuries were unknown.

    On Main Street, there were Shaw’s carts in the river.

    Someone stole the copper piping out of a State Street residence.



    Nov. 6

    An odd smell from an apartment on Farr Lane was making a woman’s eyes water.

    A woman lost her wallet on State Street.

    There was a two-car accident on Berlin Street around 4 p.m. No injuries were reported.



    Nov. 7

    A lunchbox was left by the door to TD Bank on Main Street.

    At the intersection of Elm Street and Pearl Street an orange ten-speed bicycle was found.

    A wallet was found at the intersection of Governor Davis Avenue and State Street.

    There was a black dog with white markings loose at the intersection of Main Street and College Street.



    Nov. 8

    A backpack was left on Main Street.

    Someone cut the electronic power lines to a dryer on Hubbard Street.

    A red wallet was found on State Street.



    Nov. 9

    A man threatened to start a fire on Hubbard Street.

    On Elm Street, a wallet was stolen from a man’s vehicle.

    A woman came home and found her door ajar on Barre Street.



    Nov. 10

    Four snow tires were stolen from a Pearl Street residence.

    There was a cat stuck in a storm drain at the intersection of Clarendon Avenue and Hubbard Park Drive.

    Two laptops were stolen out of a vehicle on Main Street.

    A wallet was found on Main Street.



    Nov. 11

    There was a two-car accident on Main Street around 12:15 p.m. No injuries were reported.

    Someone lost a laptop and a backpack on Elm Street.

    On Barre Street, someone hit a deer with their car. The deer was found injured.

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