The following is a sampling of reports to Barre police in recent days.
A debit card was stolen from a Summer Street apartment.
Someone crawled into a window in an apartment building on Shurtleff Place.
A man was staggering around a store on South Main Street, fell into a case and was lying on the floor.
On North Main Street, a group of kids threw a bag of movies into the bushes.
A man without a shirt on was checking cars on Currier Street.
A rooster was constantly crowing on Orange Street.
There was a large bang and then a large amount of water pouring out of a 3-foot hole in a shed wall on Lewis Street.
A landlord had a camera set up to record a tenant’s door on Granite Street.
On North Main Street, a neighbor was smoking marijuana.
A man was cutting up a pole for scrap metal on North Main Street.
Parts were stolen from a man’s truck on South Main Street.
Someone was dumping trash on a woman’s property on Allen Street.
A naked man was walking down the bike path near Fairview Street.
Someone left a bucket of feces on Keith Avenue.
Juveniles were jumping into traffic on Warren Street.
Needles were found at a tent site on the bike path near Rotary Park.
Kids were shooting a pellet gun toward a woman’s house on Branch Street.
People were setting up tents behind the Jiffy Mart on North Main Street.
On Prospect Street, people were shooting paintball guns in a field near a parking lot.
Kids were running up and down College Street and yelling.
Someone was blowing leaves onto a man’s yard on Washington Street.
A yellow Lab was running in and out of the roadway on North Main Street.
Neighbors were grilling on a wood fire next to propane tanks on Shurtleff Place.
A dog attacked a woman’s dog on Highland Avenue.
The following is a sampling of citations Barre police issued in recent days.
On May 3, Steven C. Shwab, 28, was cited on a charge of unlawful mischief. He is scheduled to appear in Washington County criminal court June 13 to answer the charge.
On May 5, Christopher Corrigan, 24, was cited on a charge of larceny. He is to appear in Washington County criminal court June 13.MORE IN Central VermontWATERBURY — You’re never going to take the “water” out of Waterbury, but five years after a... Full StoryIn the fall of 1969 four bodies were discovered in just over two weeks in central Vermont. Full Story
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