The following is a sampling of calls to Montpelier police in recent days.
@Police Log Date:April 1
A border collie was running loose on Deerfield Drive.
On Taylor Street, a two-car accident occurred around 3 p.m. No injuries were reported.
A backpack was stolen from Kellogg-Hubbard Library.
A debit card was found on Main Street.
@Police Log Date:April 2
A vehicle had two tires slashed and a window spray-painted on Main Street.
At the intersection of Northfield and Prospect streets, a rifle was lying in the roadway.
A red Specialized bicycle was found behind a woman’s house on Pearl Street.
@Police Log Date:April 3
An orange cone was in the road at the intersection of Main Street and East State Street.
Two dogs attacked a woman’s dog in Hubbard Park.
A bag of trash was found on State Street.
@Police Log Date:April 4
On State Street, a digital camera in a leather case was lost.
A black Motorola cellphone was found on Main Street.
Someone vandalized a sign on East State Street.
A white beagle was found in Hubbard Park.
On Main Street, an iPhone was found.
A two-car accident occurred on Elm Street around 9 p.m. No injuries were reported.
@Police Log Date:April 5
Someone vandalized a building and a gazebo on Main Street.
A woman’s dog was attacked by another dog on Stone Cutters Way.
On North Street, a golden retriever went missing.
A vehicle was damaged with a key on Stone Cutters Way.
@Police Log Date:April 6
A wallet was found in the commuter parking lot on Dog River Road.
On Barre Street, a set of keys was found.
Someone stole a magazine from a Berlin Street store.
@Police Log Date:April 7
A two-car accident occurred on Berlin Street around 8:30 a.m. No injuries were reported.
A dog was running loose on Main Street.
Some bricks fell off a Main Street building.
A tree fell on power lines and was blocking the road at the intersection of Mill Road and Corey Road.
Montpelier police also issued a citation April 2. Patrick Aaron Fleury, 34, was cited on a charge of contempt of court.MORE IN Central VermontWhen it comes to medical field training, why not go straight to the source? Full StoryThe roads of central Vermont are mostly clear of snow and ice, if a bit muddy, and officials... Full StoryWilliamstown readies for second sewer vote Full Story
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