The following is a sampling of calls Barre police received in recent days.
A woman driving on Merchant Street ran into the blades of a forklift that were sticking out in the roadway on March 15. She said the estimate to repair her 2001 Subaru Forester was almost $6,000.
A two-car accident occurred on Summer Street around 10:30 a.m. No injuries were reported.
Someone was on a Washington Street porch peering in windows.
A two-car accident occurred on Summer Street around 7:30 a.m. No injuries were reported.
An eighth-grade boy was repeatedly backing a black car in and out of a driveway on Tremont Street.
Someone vandalized a vehicle on North Main Street.
On North Main Street, someone took $900 out of a woman’s account.
A two-car accident occurred on South Main Street around 3:30 p.m. No injuries were reported.
A woman’s wallet was stolen from her car on North Main Street.
On North Main Street, the driver of a red Hyundai purposely swerved to splash pedestrians with water.
A stray black Lab was found at the intersection of Route 62 and North Main Street.
On River Street, a cable was hanging across the roadway.
Someone stole beer from a Washington Street store.
A plugged toilet was flooding an apartment on Summer Street.
On Merchants Row, a dirty golden retriever jumped into a woman’s car.
Someone stole a 1999 gold Ford Taurus on Washington Street.
On Bailey Street, a woman heard a gunshot.
A woman called saying she believed she had cat problems with too many felines and a flea infestation on Scampini Square.
Tools were stolen from a vehicle on North Main Street.
A black Subaru with a plastic bag in the back window was doing doughnuts on a neighbor’s lawn on Circle Street.
Someone smelled smoke inside a South Main Street building.
A 6- or 7-year-old child was sitting on a slanted roof on Seminary Street.
On Route 302, a man was jumping in and out of traffic.
The following is a sampling of citations Barre police issued in recent days.
On March 3, Joshua Sylvester, 21, was cited on a charge of unlawful trespass. He is scheduled to appear in Washington County criminal court April 18 to answer the charge.MORE IN Central VermontBig food companies have an endless appetite for smaller brands that make local, organic and... Full Story
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