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

Aug. 5

Someone was being threatened on South Barre Road.

A suspicious vehicle was reported on Route 63.

On Averill Street, a vehicle was reported stolen.

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

Aug. 6

There was a suspicious event on Plainfield Brook Road. No further information was provided.

Property was lost on Websterville Road.

A domestic disturbance was reported on Don Camp Drive.

Aug. 7

Someone was being harassed on Graniteville Road.

Suspicious activity was reported on Willow Drive.

A tree fell into the roadway on Camp Street.

There was a citizen dispute on Crescent Lane.

Someone was assaulted on South Barre Road.

Aug. 8

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

A dog complaint was made on East Montpelier Road.

There was a one-car crash on Windy Wood Road at about 9:30 p.m. No injuries were reported.

Aug. 9

Someone was being threatened on South Barre Road.

There was a domestic disturbance on West Cobble Hill Road.

An incident of fraud was reported on Countryside Drive.

Solar panels were reported stolen on East Barre Road.

Aug. 10

Cows were running loose on Miller Road Extension.

There was a domestic disturbance on South Barre Road.

A theft was reported on Sunnyside Drive.

Aug. 11

On Daniels Drive, there was an animal problem.

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

Someone was trespassing on Websterville Road.

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