• Montpelier Police Log: License, keys found in city cemetery
    April 25,2013

    The following is a sampling of incidents reported to Montpelier police in recent days.

    April 16

    A state truck hit a parked vehicle on State Street.

    Two men were kicking another at the Dog River Road commuter parking lot.

    Three teen girls were kayaking without life jackets.

    A small male brown dog named Chanco was missing from Clarendon Avenue.

    Police found a small black dog with a pink collar on East State Street.

    April 17

    Montpelier resident Dondi Walbridge, 40, was arrested on a charge of first-degree domestic assault after he allegedly tried to strangle a woman on Northfield Street.

    Two citations were issued for passing school buses while the bus lights were on.

    A suspicious male was poking around cars in the Carr Lot.

    An iPhone in a pink Otter case was lost.

    April 18

    A car was broken into on Barre Street.

    A car on Elm Street was vandalized.

    A man and woman were arguing on Main Street.

    A theft from a storage unit on River Street was reported.

    April 19

    A green RockHopper bike was stolen from Main Street.

    A driver’s license was found in the Green Mount Cemetery.

    A set of keys was turned in to police.

    Gas worth $34 was stolen from a business on Berlin Street.

    Police chased a drunken man along Main Street and North Street.

    April 20

    A youth was reported spray-painting signs on State Street.

    A mother was having disciplinary problems with her 5-year-old and called police.

    Police found numerous keys in the Green Mount Cemetery.

    Several boys were told to stop throwing a football behind City Hall.

    April 21

    A moose was wandering around River Street.

    Two people were lurking around a car on Heaton Street.

    A neighbor complained about a barking dog on Main Street.

    April 22

    Graffiti was reportedly painted on the back of a building and gas tank on Main Street.

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