Here is a sampling of calls reported to the Barre Town Police Department in recent days:

June 24

Traffic stops this day yielded more than 20 citations, including defective equipment, faded license places and one obstruction of a windshield.

June 25

Police responded to a report of a stolen garage door on East Barre Road.

A domestic disturbance was reported on Beckley Hill Road.

June 27

A domestic disturbance was reported on Taplin Road.

A citizen dispute was reported on East Cobble Hill Road.

Almost 20 traffic stops yielded citations.

Officers assisted Barre City Police with the execution of a search warrant.

A motor vehicle complaint was made on Apple Blossom Road.

Police cited a 51-year-old man for violating his conditions of release. No other information was provided.

June 28

Late in the evening, police were called to fireworks being set off on Wilmuth Street.

A suspicious event was reported on Snowbridge Road. No other details were provided.

Police investigated threats and harassment through social media at an address on East Cobble Hill Road.

Police responded to an overdose at Crab Apple Lane around 10:45 a.m.

Police spent much of the evening assisting with traffic and crowd control at Rockfire on Little John Road.

In addition, there were eight traffic stops that yielded citations, most of them reported on Middle Road.

June 29

Shortly before 8 p.m., police were dispatched to a robbery on East Barre Road. No other details were provided.

Around 8 a.m., a suspicious event was reported on Quarry Hill Road involving a vehicle. No other details were provided.

A suspicious event was also reported on McLeod Hill Road around 6 p.m.

Police spent much of the evening assisting with traffic and crowd control at Rockfire on Little John Road.

There were three traffic stops that yielded citations.

June 30

Police responded to a noise disturbance on Brook Street around 7:30 p.m.

Police recovered stolen property from an address on Graniteville Road.

A downed tree was reportedly blocking a portion of Mekkelsen Hill Road.

Police responded to a suspicious event on Grandview Drive around 3 a.m. No other details were provided.

In addition, officers issued a dozen tickets at traffic stops on this day.

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