The following is a sampling of calls to Barre police in recent days.
A two-car accident occurred on Merchants Row around 10 a.m. No injuries were reported.
A man stole a woman’s food stamps on North Main Street.
A wallet was found at the park and ride in South Barre and turned in to the police station on Fourth Street.
Someone driving a white Dodge truck was taking metal out of a Dumpster on Clark Street.
A two-car accident occurred on North Main Street around 12:45 p.m. No injuries were reported.
A cat was abandoned in an apartment on Averill Street.
Two people were trying to break into construction trailers on Merchant Street.
A white Toyota Corolla was parked partly in the roadway on South Main Street.
Someone stole an inspection sticker off a vehicle on Bromur Street.
It was believed a red car was parked on Laurel Street to buy cocaine.
A probation officer found a large amount of marijuana on a probationer on Seminary Street.
On Washington Street, a cellphone was stolen in the Aldrich Public Library.
A woman on Maple Avenue had her EBT card stolen and it was returned with $100 missing from it.
A two-car accident occurred on King Street around 7:30 a.m. No injuries were reported.
A man punched another man in the back of the head on Blackwell Street.
A man was intentionally setting off his car alarm on Summer Street.
On Hill Street, a man driving a truck pulled up behind a woman’s vehicle and slightly pushed it twice.
A 6-year-old flipped off a woman who told the child to get out of the road while riding bikes.
On North Main Street, a man was passed out in a woman’s living room with beer bottles strewn all around and a “nasty” note written in his own blood.
Someone called a North Main Street restaurant and asked if it wanted to purchase a dead cat. The caller then ordered food from the restaurant.
An engagement ring was stolen from Shurtleff Place.
A fence was knocked down intentionally on Vine Street.
On Prospect Street, a small short-haired dog was running loose.
A tree was down on wires on Cambria Street.
The following is a sampling of citations Barre police issued in recent days.
On April 4, Christopher W. Corrigan, 24, was cited on a charge of violating conditions of release.
On April 5, Charles Hurley, 35, was cited on a charge of driving with a suspended license. He is to appear in Washington County criminal court May 9 to answer the charge.MORE IN Central VermontThe following is a sampling of calls to Barre Town police in recent days.
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