The following is a sampling of calls Barre police responded to in recent days.
A Vermont State Police vehicle was rear-ended on Summer Street.
Someone stole items from a toolbox on South Vine Street.
Two raccoons were fighting near South Main Street.
A man pounded on a woman’s back door on Wellington Street asking to go through her apartment. The woman refused, and later a woman came knocking on her door looking for a man who she said stole from her.
An iPod was stolen on South Main Street.
On Boynton Street, a truck was gone through.
A woman was waving a handgun on North Main Street.
On North Main Street, a man was repeatedly hitting on a woman outside the courthouse and she wanted something done about it.
An inspection sticker was stolen from a vehicle on Foster Street.
A 20-year-old was giving a 14-year-old cigarettes on Auditorium Hill.
A man was destroying an apartment on Park Street.
On Maple Avenue, a group of people showed up and started “causing problems.”
A boy ran away from home on Highgate Drive.
A man stole a woman’s medication on High Holborn Street.
On Route 62, a man in his 20s or 30s wearing a blue jacket was walking along the roadside.
A man locked a woman out of an apartment on Seminary Street.
A two-car accident occurred on Maple Avenue around 1:30 p.m. No injuries were reported.
Four males in a silver Dodge Ram had spray paint cans held up to their mouths on South Main Street.
Three men were going up to houses on Pleasant Street, and if a motion light came on they would back off, but if no light came on they would approach the house and try the front door.
A woman called with questions about putting “Just married” paraphernalia on her vehicle.
A male broke a window on Keith Avenue.
Someone went through vehicles on Washington Street.
A bus backed into a parked car on Auditorium Hill.
A two-car accident occurred on South Main Street around 10:15 a.m. No injuries were reported.
A neighbor’s dog attacked a woman’s dog on Long Street.
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