• Montpelier police log: Child, dog left in cars; residents find intruders
    June 06,2014

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

    May 26

    Two farmers’ market signs were stolen from Memorial Drive.

    A two-car accident occurred on East State Street.

    May 27

    A woman on Main Street said an intoxicated male had visited her, and that a man had looked in through her kitchen window on another occasion.

    A dog was left in a car on River Street.

    A car parked on Main Street was booted for four or more unpaid parking tickets.

    On George Street, a skunk was sick.

    May 28

    A pair of eyeglasses was found in front of City Hall.

    A person on Barre Street was concerned about someone trying to get into an apartment.

    An unknown female trespassed into an apartment and was found “cooking the residents hot dogs.”

    Police stopped a driver for using a handheld device in a construction zone, where doing so is prohibited.

    May 29

    A man was yelling near the Bailey Avenue Bridge about 7 p.m.

    A vehicle was reported stolen but later found in a parking lot where the owner had left it.

    Someone was sending harassing Facebook messages.

    The Department for Children and Families asked police to check on two juveniles who may have been left at home alone on Hebert Road.

    On Pioneer Way, a resident returned home and found two people inside.

    A Fuller Street resident said someone called with a phone scam.

    A man was panhandling in front of City Hall.

    Illegal dumping was reported on Old Country Club Road.

    On State Street, a person who has been causing trouble at the visitors center was ordered not to trespass there.

    Police were asked to check on a female on Main Street who had made suicidal threats.

    May 30

    A loud party was reported on Woodcrest Road after 11 p.m.

    A dog on Liberty Street took off from its owner.

    A woman was reportedly sleeping in a car on State Street and was “moved along.”

    A manhole cover was ajar in the roadway at Dairy Lane and Terrace Street.

    Police were asked to remove a man from the library who already had been served a no-trespass notice there.

    Three juveniles were trying to remove a screen from a window at the Main Street Middle School.

    Two juveniles were walking on the roof of 12 State St.

    Someone was drinking on the railroad bridge behind Shaw’s on Main Street.

    May 31

    A black flip phone was lost.

    A vehicle was found on Main Street without any license plates on it.

    A male came into the police department “looking for gas money for his car.”

    A loose dog was found on Cummings Street and reunited with its owner.

    An intoxicated, half-naked male was in the laundromat on Barre Street. He was placed in protective custody and taken to a detox facility.

    A “reddish glow in the sky above Hubbard Park” was reported. The caller believed there may be a fire in the park, but police said that concern proved to be unfounded.

    A wallet was found on Elm Street near the pool.

    June 1

    A juvenile was “acting out” at a residence on Cummings Street.

    A child was left alone in an unventilated car in the Shaw’s parking lot.

    A male near the Taylor Street Bridge had an open container of alcohol.

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