• Montpelier Police Log: Street sign goes missing; dog attacks chicken
    December 31,2013

    The following is a sampling of calls to Montpelier police in recent days.

    Dec. 23

    A single-vehicle crash occurred on Cedar Hill Lane around 3:30 p.m. No injuries were reported.

    A vehicle was vandalized on Terrace Street.

    The key to a vehicle was found in the parking lot on Blanchard Court.

    Dec. 24

    On Main Street, a credit card was found and returned to its owner.

    Screws were driven into two tires on a vehicle on Cummings Street.

    Loud music was coming from the Cumberland Farms on Berlin Street.

    Dec. 25

    A cellphone was found on Liberty Street.

    On State Street, a door was found open at a downtown business around 10:30 a.m.

    Dec. 26

    A street sign was missing at the intersection of Clarendon Avenue and Dwinell Avenue.

    On Berlin Street, a vehicle drove into a snowbank. No injuries were reported.

    A dog attacked a chicken on Highland Avenue.

    Dec. 27

    A Motorola cellphone was lost on State Street.

    On Terrace Street, a vehicle hit a deer. No injuries were reported.

    A black wallet was found in the Blanchard Court parking lot.

    Dec. 28

    A purse was lost on State Street.

    A key was found at the intersection of Liberty and Main streets.

    A dog was loose on St. Paul Street.

    Dec. 29

    A burglary was reported on St. Paul Street.

    On Dover Road, a dog was running loose.

    A tripod for a camera was found at the intersection of State Street and Governor Davis Avenue.

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