• Barre Police Log: Traffic lights cause some disruptions
    January 22,2013
     

    The following is a sampling of calls Barre police responded to in recent days.



    Jan. 14

    A student brought a laser tag gun to school on Parkside Terrace.

    On Brooklyn Street, a woman arrived home to find her apartment door open.

    A green fabric wallet was found on North Main Street.

    The traffic lights at the intersection of Washington Street and Elm Street were not working properly.

    A man in a black hoodie was threatening employees and asking customers for cigarettes at a store on North Main Street.

    On Maple Avenue, a highly intoxicated man was ripping things off the outside of a house.



    Jan. 15

    A silver Chevrolet Malibu almost ran over a woman in a parking lot on South Main Street.

    On North Main Street, 200 gallons of fuel oil was siphoned from a man’s tank.

    Someone tried to break into a garage on Tremont Street.



    Jan. 16

    A woman in a hot pink coat was pointing a gun at a man on Pearl Street.

    On Fairview Street, a rifle was found in a trash room.

    Adults were sliding down Prospect Street.

    A woman refused to give a dog back to its owner after taking care of it.



    Jan. 17

    Electronic motors were stolen from a scrap metal bin on South Vine Street.

    A dog was attacked by two other dogs on Essex Street.

    Someone found a bag of pills and drugs on Seminary Street.



    Jan. 18

    A telephone line was down and laying across the roadway on West Street.

    On Liberty Street, a garage was on fire.

    There were six thin, neglected dogs on Prospect Street. One had a broken leg from months ago.

    Someone stole the inspection sticker off a vehicle on Foster Street.

    The driver of a black Dodge Stratus was hanging out of the vehicle’s window on North Main Street.



    Jan. 19

    A Christmas tree was in the roadway on North Main Street.

    A water main broke on Elm Street.

    On Burnham Street, an iPhone was stolen.

    An Orange Street resident came home to find the front door open.

    A Seminary Street resident wanted a no trespass notice served on children sliding on their property.



    Jan. 20

    There was a sick raccoon on Maple Avenue.

    Someone broke into a Pleasant Street resident’s apartment and stole electronics.

    There was a strange acting raccoon on Seminary Street.

    On Washington Street, a man came home and found his door had been “booted in” and items were missing.

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