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

Aug. 26

A vehicle was vandalized on Crest Street.

On Washington Road, a set of keys were found.

A parking problem was reported on Sterling Hill Road.

On Lepage Road, a dog was running loose.

Aug. 27

A dog was running loose on East Cobble Hill Road.

Catalytic converters were stolen on East Montpelier Road.

A traffic hazard was reported on Cano Drive.

Someone was burning trash on Church Street.

A dog was found on Sierra Lavin Road.

Aug. 28

There was a citizen dispute on Quarry Hill Road.

A juvenile problem was reported on South Barre Road.

There was an animal problem on East Barre Road.

Aug. 29

A suspicious phone call was reported on Bianchi Street.

There was an animal problem on Websterville Road.

A motor vehicle complaint was made on Graniteville Road.

Aug. 30

There was a juvenile problem on South Barre Road.

Syringes were found on Cassie Street.

There was an animal problem on East Street Extension.

A suspicious event was reported on Curtis Road. No further information was provided.

Kids were riding ATVs on Waterman Street.

Aug. 31

A noise disturbance was reported on Cogswell Street.

Someone was being threatened via text on Richardson Road.

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

Sept. 1

There was an animal problem was reported.

Someone was trespassing on McLaughlin Road.

There was a suspicious event on Church Hill Road. No further information was provided.

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