The following is a sampling of calls to Barre police in recent days.
A Brook Street resident found a sleeping bag, jacket and pillow on their back porch.
A vehicle’s tires were slashed in a North Main Street parking lot.
Someone stole a digital camera from a Fairview Street residence.
A black purse was lost on Merchants Row.
Four tires were flattened on a vehicle on Smith Street and items were missing from it.
A two-car accident occurred on Nelson Street around 3:30 p.m. No injuries were reported.
A two-car accident occurred on Summer Street around noon. No injuries were reported.
A bicycle was reported stolen on Ayers Street.
A man threw a cup of hot coffee at another man, burning his chest, on North Main Street.
On Summer Street, a woman reported her three children stole her Suboxone when they came to visit.
A man tried to use counterfeit money on North Main Street.
Someone broke into a North Main Street building, broke all the coffee machines and wrote on the wall, “Coffee is bad for you.”
A two-car accident occurred on Elm Street around 1 p.m. No injuries were reported.
A woman on Summer Street reported her adult children trashed her apartment.
A water main broke on Willey Street.
A man reported his kids received two counterfeit $5 bills from a South Main Street business.
Drug activity was reported on Plain Street.
A dog was barking for hours on Patterson Street.
A dog was running loose on Second Street.
Medication and speakers were stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Pearl Street.
A black case with CDs inside was found on Summer Street.
A yellow Lab was running in and out of traffic on Berlin Street.
An inspection sticker was taken from a vehicle on Seminary Street.
Military items were stolen from a garage on Wellington Street.
A syringe was found on the sidewalk on North Main Street.
On North Main Street, a male was riding a bicycle and had a dog on a leash, dragging the dog behind him.
Someone smashed the window of a vehicle on Depot Street and took a purse and other items from the vehicle.
A cup of change was stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Scampini Square.
On Vine Street, a purse was found lying beside the roadway.
A wallet was stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Blackwell Street.
On Pearl Street, an apartment was broken into and items were missing.MORE IN Central VermontThe gubernatorial debate Wednesday night in downtown Rutland kicked off with the news of the day. Full Story
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