The following is a sampling of calls Barre police responded to in recent days.
Someone brought a weapon to Barre City Elementary and Middle School.
A mother and her three children were sliding in the middle of Hillside Avenue and a vehicle almost hit one of the children.
Kids were sliding in the road on Eastern Avenue.
Someone broke down a door on a Seminary Street residence and assaulted a woman.
A man wearing a long coat with a hoodie was firing a gun on South Main Street.
Prescription medication was stolen from a North Main Street residence.
A car was on fire on Maple Avenue near Hope Cemetery.
Five or six kids were jumping into traffic on North Main Street.
Someone broke into a house on Palmisano Plaza and “took a bunch of stuff.”
A German shepherd type of dog was running in and out of traffic on Berlin Street.
On North Main Street, a man in a green truck broke a piece off a gas pump because a store refused to sell him something.
A woman was walking a dog in the cemetery on Washington Street.
On Hill Street, a tree fell on a house and live wires were hanging down.
A two-car accident occurred on Hill Street around 3 p.m. No injuries were reported.
An iPhone was stolen on North Main Street.
On Elm Street, a man approached a window at a residence and tried to get a young child to go to the front door.
A Summer Street resident returned home to find a door into the residence wide open.
Tools were stolen from a man’s vehicle on Prospect Street.
An inspection sticker was stolen off a vehicle on Branch Street.
Someone was assaulted by a Schwan’s driver on Merchant Street after an issue with a credit card.
On North Main Street, someone stole a man’s wallet.
A vehicle was broken into on Daniel Drive.
On Country Way, a yellow Ford Focus was gone through, but nothing was missing.
Someone stole a wallet out of a vehicle on Allen Street.
A fat raccoon was acting strange near the Budget Inn on North Main Street.
Someone slashed the tires on a blue Volkswagen on Brook Street.
On Burnham Street, someone broke the windshield on a truck.
People at the Beverage Baron refused to sell to a man because he “looked like a gangster.”
A water main broke on Second Street.
A suspicious vehicle was in Elmwood Cemetery.
A 14-year-old girl left home without permission.
The following is a sampling of citations Barre police issued in recent days.
On Jan. 31, Spencer Caldwell, 23, was cited on a charge of enabling a minor. He is to appear in Washington County criminal court March 14 to answer the charge.
On Feb. 4, Dennis Smith, 26, was cited on a charge of driving with a suspended license. He is to appear in Washington County criminal court March 14.MORE IN Central VermontBig food companies have an endless appetite for smaller brands that make local, organic and... Full Story
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