You are the owner of this page.
A2 A2
Jpkuckens / Josh Kuckens / Staff Photo  

Spring Snow

Central Vermonters in higher elevations awoke to a modest spring snowfall, as seen in the hills in Calais on Tuesday morning.


Local
Barre Town Police Log
Barre Town Police Log

The following is a sampling of calls to Barre Town police in recent days:

May 6

Suspicious activity was reported on Beckley Hill Road.

A motor vehicle complaint was made on East Barre Road.

On Websterville Road, a suspicious vehicle was reported.

May 7

A suspicious vehicle was reported on Meadowcrest Lane.

There was a parking problem on Graniteville Road.

A vehicle was pulled over for failing to stop at a stop sign on Graniteville Road.

May 8

A dog complaint was made on Cogswell Street.

There was a parking problem on Websterville Road.

A traffic hazard was reported on McCloud Hill Road.

May 9

Someone was driving drunk on Allen Street.

There was an animal problem at the Millstone Trails.

On South Barre Road, there was a suspicious event. No further information was provided.

May 10

Property was lost on Websterville Road.

There was a suspicious event on East Barre Road. No further information was provided.

A citizen dispute was reported on Phelps Road.

On Cano Drive, a theft was reported.

May 11

There was an animal problem on Buick Street.

A two-car crash was reported on East Barre Road at about 2:45 p.m. No injuries were reported.

On Websterville Road, a dog was running loose.


Local
Barre City Police Log
Barre City Police Log: Several assaults reported

The following is a sampling of calls to Barre City police in recent days:

May 6

There was a suspicious event on North Main Street. No further information was provided.

Someone was trespassing on Keith Avenue.

On Washington Street, someone was assaulted.

There was a suspicious vehicle on Perry Street.

May 7

A disturbance was reported on Seminary Street.

There was a suspicious event on Highgate Drive. No further information was provided.

Someone was being cruel to animals on Seminary Street.

Vandalism was reported on North Main Street.

Abandoned property was reported on Burnham Street.

May 8

There was a suspicious person on Plain Street.

Someone was being threatened on Fourth Street.

A burglary was reported on Harrington Avenue.

There were animal problems on South Main Street and River Street.

A juvenile problem was reported on Jefferson Street.

Someone was assaulted on Zan Street.

May 9

Drug activity was reported on Bank Street.

There was a suspicious event on Washington Street. No further information was provided.

Someone was littering on South Main Street.

On Railroad Street, someone was being cruel to animals.

There was a juvenile problem on Ayers Street.

May 10

There was a suspicious vehicle on Maplewood Avenue.

Animal problems were reported on Center Street and at Hope Cemetery.

There was a juvenile problem on East Street.

May 11

Items were stolen from a building on South Main Street.

There was an animal problem on Maple Avenue.

An intoxicated male was reported on North Main Street.

Someone was assaulted on Merchants Row.

May 12

A citizen needed assistance on West Street.

There was a suspicious event on Fourth Street. No further information was provided.

A suspicious person was reported on Maple Avenue.


Local
Police looking to question Williamstown man

WILLIAMSTOWN – Vermont State Police are looking for a Williamstown man who may have been involved in multiple burglaries.

Police said Michael Francis, 32, is wanted for questioning regarding burglaries in Washington and Chittenden Counties. The burglaries involve various businesses, gas stations and smaller stores over the past two days, according to police.

Police said the items stolen include cash and various electronics.

Francis is described as 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighing 170 pounds with blondish to brown hair.

Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to contact the Middlesex barracks at 802-229-9191.