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

Jan. 28

An incident of fraud was reported on Blackwell Street.

Vehicles broke down on Berlin Street and Main Street.

Property was found on State Street and Barre Street.

There was a disturbance on Barre Street.

Jan. 29

On School Street, a suspicious event was reported. No further information was provided.

Property was found on Ewing Street.

Noisy neighbors were reported on Cityside Drive.

Jan. 30

Gunshots reported on State Street turned out to be snow removal equipment.

A roadway hazard was reported on Northfield Street.

Items were stolen from a building on College Street.

A cellphone was stolen from a vehicle on Court Street.

On Pinewood Road, a burglary was reported.

Jan. 31

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

A wallet was stolen on Memorial Drive.

There was an animal problem on Summer Street.

A roadway hazard was reported on River Street.

On Elm Street, a suspicious person was reported.

Feb. 1

A male had gotten into an unlocked vehicle on Main Street.

Someone was being harassed on East State Street.

A welfare check was conducted on East State Street.

Feb. 2

Property was lost or found on State Street.

There was a domestic disturbance on Winter Street.

A vehicle broke down on Main Street.

Feb. 3

There was a suspicious vehicle on Kent Street.

A dog was lost or found on Woodrow Avenue.

Property was lost or found on Main Street.

There were children’s toys in the roadway on River Street.

A dog running loose on Barre Street was returned to its owner.

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