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 tenantís 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 manís truck on South Main Street.
Someone was dumping trash on a womanís 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 womanís 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 manís 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 womanís 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 VermontAnother legislative session, another budget, same painful story: more taxes. Full Story
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