Montpelier Police Log: Bicycles, wallets, licenses are lost and foundApril 02,2013
The following is a sampling of calls to Montpelier police in recent days.
A vehicle ran out of gas in the middle of the road at the intersection of College Street and Sibley Avenue.
At Blanchard Court, a silver key ring containing four keys and a remote door lock was found.
A driver’s license was found in a snowbank and brought to the police station on Pitkin Court.
Dogs were loose on First Avenue.
Two cars clipped side mirrors at the intersection of Barre and Nelson streets.
A brown zippered wallet was found on State Street.
Someone stole a package of medical supplies on Prospect Street.
A silver Trek mountain bike was stolen from Liberty Street.
On River Road, a brown leather tri-fold wallet was lost.
A black wallet was lost on Main Street.
On Main Street, a key was found.
A blue Samsung phone was found on Main Street.
A black Specialized mountain bike was found on River Street.
On River Street, a vehicle was hit by a box that fell out of a truck.
A license plate was found on State Street.
On Elm Street, a bicycle was stolen.
A ring was stolen on Elm Street.
A two-car accident occurred on Main Street around 11:30 a.m. No injuries were reported.
Kids were skateboarding off the front steps of the Police Department on Pitkin Court.
A driver’s license was found on Main Street.
A dog ran off at the intersection of Elm Street and Ballfield Drive.
The following is a sampling of citations Montpelier police issued in recent days.
On March 25, Chelsea Parker, 24, was cited on a charge of driving with a suspended license and Linda Quintana, 45, was cited on suspicion of writing a bad check.
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