The following is a sampling of calls to Barre police in recent days.
A house on Averill Street was broken into.
A white car with government plates was going in and out of traffic and tailgating a van on Washington Street.
On Highgate Drive, a blue truck was driving across a lawn.
Someone driving on Pearl Street hit a parking meter and left their bumper behind.
On Maple Avenue, someone stole the copper pipes out of a vacant property.
A blue Subaru Legacy was stolen on North Main Street.
Dogs were running loose on Paddock Street.
A man was threatening people with a brick on Merchant Street.
Someone kicked in the door to a man’s apartment.
Neighbors threw three bags of garbage over a fence and onto a woman’s yard on Elm Street.
Medication was stolen from a shelter on Seminary Street.
Kids were playing basketball in the road on College Street.
Someone stole money and other items a woman had for her kids’ Easter baskets.
An inspection sticker was stolen out of a vehicle on Washington Street.
Someone was soliciting sexual favors in a North Main Street parking lot.
A man found an empty laptop case, datebook and assorted envelopes at the bottom of his Farwell Street driveway.
A two-car accident occurred on North Main Street at around 8 a.m. No injuries were re- ported.
Kids were tearing down a man’s fence on Thurston Place.
Someone had been inside a man’s apartment and items were missing on Highland Avenue.
A golden retriever wearing a red harness was running around Tremont Street.
On Beckley Street, a kid was throwing snowballs.
Someone driving a white Ford Ranger ran into an ice machine on North Main Street and drove away.
A woman thought she heard gunshots on Ayers Street.
On North Main Street, a water pump was not working and could cause flooding.
A man was inside a hole at the City Place construction site on North Main Street.
Tenants moved all the security cameras at a Maple Avenue residence.
The following is a sampling of citations Barre police issued in recent days.
On March 26, Matthew Wiltse, 21, was cited on a charge of possession of stolen property. He is to appear in Washington County criminal court May 9 to answer the charge.
On March 28, Gabriel M. Giblin-Palmer, 16, was cited on a charge of retail theft. He is to appear in Washington County criminal court May 2.
On March 29, Amanda M. Crain, 26, was cited on a violation of conditions of release. She is to appear in Washington County criminal court April 9.
On March 30, Carrie A. Duval, 23, was cited on a charge of unlawful mischief. She is to appear in Washington County criminal court April 25.
On March 31, Ludwig R. Witham, 35, was cited on a charge of false pretenses. He is to appear in Washington County criminal court Thursday.
On April 1, Keith LaFond Garrison, 18, was cited on a charge of petit larceny. He is to appear in Washington County criminal court May 16.MORE IN Central VermontRANDOLPH — Environmental impact and protection of agricultural lands were among topics raised at ... Full Story
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