The following is a sampling of incidents as initially reported to Montpelier police.
A burglary, reported around 6:15 a.m., occurred at Subway.
A dead dog was found on River Street.
Money was found on the ground near 132 Main St.
A young man in a blue jacket was considered suspicious.
A person in a group stole wine from Golden Meadows food market.
A loud gathering, considered a house party, was reported around 11:20 p.m. in Noble Hall at the Vermont College of Fine Arts.
A door at the high school was propped open around 12:50 a.m. with no one around.
A man was lurking around after he entered a yoga studio.
A victim was hit and bitten at a River Street apartment.
A black four-door car was parked blocking a Barre Street residence’s driveway.
Two men egged a vehicle in a Hackamore Road driveway and left in a silver car.
A man who was previously removed from a Cumberland Farms store on Berlin Street was causing another problem.
Some patrons of the Coffee Corner on Main Street did not pay the full amount of their bill.
A man was inside a woman’s Main Street apartment when she returned.
Montpelier police also issued multiple citations, including the following:
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