Montpelier Police Log: Christmas Eve reveler gets a little rowdyJanuary 01,2013
The following is a sampling of recent incidents as reported to Montpelier police dispatchers.
A man was walking up the street near Parkside Drive at 1:32 a.m. singing at the top of his lungs.
An apparently rabid injured skunk was wandering near Summer Street.
A man was looking through trash on Sibley Avenue in the afternoon then hiding as cars went by.
A pea-green hobo wallet was lost somewhere downtown.
A motor vehicle accident occurred around 8:30 p.m. on East State Street.
A woman was in the police station lobby around 10:30 p.m. saying a Greyhound bus was three hours late.
An intoxicated man came into the police station lobby around 3:10 a.m. for unknown reasons.
A Hubbard Street apartment resident reported broken glasses in his kitchen.
A Baldwin Street caller reported a neighbor was talking loudly to herself again.
A woman tried to open a Walker Terrace home’s garage door.
A Green Mountain Transit Agency late bus was stuck halfway up the Northfield Street hill in the afternoon.
A car on Elm Street was revving its engine for half an hour.
A pickup borrowed four months ago was not returned.
A blond woman in a pink coat was screaming and waving her arms around 10:30 a.m. on School Street.
A Northfield Street resident complained about snowplowing.
A shopping cart was removed from the railroad tracks.
People were ice fishing on the north end of Berlin Pond.
Jewelry and diamonds were stolen from a residence in the 2600 block of Elm Street.
A motor vehicle accident occurred around 9:55 a.m. in front of the Montpelier fire station.
A motor vehicle accident occurred around 9:25 p.m. in the area of Berlin and River streets.
Police issued the following citations in recent days:
Gregory J. Clemmer, 50, of Montpelier, driving while intoxicated around 8:10 p.m. Thursday near Elm and Spring streets.
Ivan M. Alcide, 44, of Marshfield, driving while license suspended on Friday on U.S. Route 2.MORE IN Central VermontBig food companies have an endless appetite for smaller brands that make local, organic and... Full Story
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