The following is a sampling of calls Barre police responded to in recent days.
Someone brought a weapon to Barre City Elementary and Middle School.
A mother and her three children were sliding in the middle of Hillside Avenue and a vehicle almost hit one of the children.
Kids were sliding in the road on Eastern Avenue.
Someone broke down a door on a Seminary Street residence and assaulted a woman.
A man wearing a long coat with a hoodie was firing a gun on South Main Street.
Prescription medication was stolen from a North Main Street residence.
A car was on fire on Maple Avenue near Hope Cemetery.
Five or six kids were jumping into traffic on North Main Street.
Someone broke into a house on Palmisano Plaza and “took a bunch of stuff.”
A German shepherd type of dog was running in and out of traffic on Berlin Street.
On North Main Street, a man in a green truck broke a piece off a gas pump because a store refused to sell him something.
A woman was walking a dog in the cemetery on Washington Street.
On Hill Street, a tree fell on a house and live wires were hanging down.
A two-car accident occurred on Hill Street around 3 p.m. No injuries were reported.
An iPhone was stolen on North Main Street.
On Elm Street, a man approached a window at a residence and tried to get a young child to go to the front door.
A Summer Street resident returned home to find a door into the residence wide open.
Tools were stolen from a man’s vehicle on Prospect Street.
An inspection sticker was stolen off a vehicle on Branch Street.
Someone was assaulted by a Schwan’s driver on Merchant Street after an issue with a credit card.
On North Main Street, someone stole a man’s wallet.
A vehicle was broken into on Daniel Drive.
On Country Way, a yellow Ford Focus was gone through, but nothing was missing.
Someone stole a wallet out of a vehicle on Allen Street.
A fat raccoon was acting strange near the Budget Inn on North Main Street.
Someone slashed the tires on a blue Volkswagen on Brook Street.
On Burnham Street, someone broke the windshield on a truck.
People at the Beverage Baron refused to sell to a man because he “looked like a gangster.”
A water main broke on Second Street.
A suspicious vehicle was in Elmwood Cemetery.
A 14-year-old girl left home without permission.
The following is a sampling of citations Barre police issued in recent days.
On Jan. 31, Spencer Caldwell, 23, was cited on a charge of enabling a minor. He is to appear in Washington County criminal court March 14 to answer the charge.
On Feb. 4, Dennis Smith, 26, was cited on a charge of driving with a suspended license. He is to appear in Washington County criminal court March 14.MORE IN Central VermontBoard to meet again with finalists Full Story
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