• Montpelier Police Log: Parking space swiped; stop sign paintballed
    January 08,2013
     

    The following is a sampling of incidents as initially reported to Montpelier police dispatchers.



    Jan. 1

    People were setting off fireworks at the corner of Terrace Street and Bailey Avenue around 12:20 a.m.

    Keys were found in a snowbank on Main Street.



    Jan. 2

    A wheel was in the middle of Berlin Street.



    Jan. 3

    A vehicle alarm was sounding for the past 15 minutes, shortly after 3 a.m., near Barre and Granite streets.

    There was no cashier in Simon’s Store and Deli.



    Jan. 4

    An upstairs neighbor at 15 Vine St. was screaming and hollering.

    A man swore then threw snow at a woman at the Hunger Mountain Co-op. Police said the woman stole his parking spot, and throwing snow is not a chargeable offense unless an injury occurs.

    A dog was barking for an hour during the evening near Elm and Cummings streets.

    A person had no heat in his Main Street apartment.



    Jan. 5

    A stop sign at the corner of College Street and Woodrow Avenue was paintballed and had a sticker on it.

    A homeless person was on church property at St. Augustine Parish.

    A caller described a sister stealing a dog seven years ago.



    Jan. 6

    A person was receiving harassing phone calls from an ex-girlfriend.

    A woman in a Baldwin Street apartment was yelling and screaming again.



    Jan. 7

    A man wearing a black jacket and white pants looked suspicious as he was walking near the corner of Memorial Drive and Dog River Road around 3:28 a.m.



    Police also issued a citation Friday to Ashley A. Burchardt, 28, of Montpelier, for failure to appear in court.

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