The following is a sampling of calls reported by the Montpelier Police Department in recent days:
Police responded to an individual sleeping in a vehicle in a private parking lot on State Street.
A domestic dispute on Hebert Road escalated to police intervention.
A vehicle/bicycle accident was reported on State Street. No other details were provided.
Police responded to a person sending a threatening message to another person.
Police responded to a mental health issue on Liberty Street.
Also on Liberty Street, police responded to a report of vandalism.
A suspicious event was reported on Cherry Avenue.
Jacob Peterson, 18, of Montpelier, was cited to court for unlawful mischief. He is scheduled to appear in court on Oct. 24.
At 5:30 a.m., police reported a loitering/vagrancy issue on State Street.
Ryan Lamery, 35, of East Calais, was cited to appear in court to answer a charge of DUI-2.
At 7:25 p.m., on North Franklin Street, police found an unregistered vehicle “was parked in the road with mis-assigned plates on it and an altered registration.”
An uncapped syringe was found in a Main Street alley. “Needle was properly disposed of.”
The boot was applied to a vehicle on Main Street. Payment of fines was made, and it was later removed.
A mental health issue was reported.
A bat made an appearance in a house.
Police responded to a few 911 hangups or false calls.
A noisy group was reported on Barre Street around 11 p.m.
Police did a welfare check on an individual who had consumed vanilla extract.
A trespassing complaint was made at a location on Main Street.
A larceny was reported on Downing Street.
Back-to-back accidents were reported on Main and Loomis streets around 3:15 p.m. No details were provided.
Found property was returned to the police station at Pitkin Court.
A retail theft (at larceny level) was reported by a Main Street business.
The boot was applied to a vehicle at Blanchard Block.
Larceny from a vehicle was reported on Gallison Hill.
“A bucket loader was left parked with its lights on” on Ballfield Drive.
Around Berlin and Hill streets, police reported an unsecured building/security check and suspicious persons in the area. No other details were reported.
There was a traffic stop on Taylor Street for “misuse of plates.”
Trespassing was reported on Main Street, with criminal charges; however, no other details were provided.
An accident was reported on Main Street around 4:30 p.m. No other details were provided.
A citizen dispute was reported on Scribner Street.
The parking boot was applied and then removed from a vehicle in Jacobs’ parking lot.
Shortly after noon, police received a call about a dog in a vehicle on State Street.
A case of fraud was reported to the Montpelier Police Department. No other details were provided.
Police did a vacant house check on Bliss Road.
A minor three-vehicle crash was reported on River Street. No other details were provided.
Nearly 20 traffic stops were made throughout the day, yielding several citations.
At about 2 p.m., someone reported a dog in a vehicle on Main Street.
At 1:30 p.m., police received a report of erratic operation of a driver on Lower State Street. The vehicle was located on Gallison Hill Road, “where the operator was found to be unimpaired.”
Police responded to a report of a bat in a house on North College Street around 11 a.m.
According to police, “A large ratchet and strap was removed from the travel portion of the roadway and later discarded.”
A suspicious vehicle was reported on Stone Cutters Way.
Around 11 p.m., “An explosion was heard, but the source was unable to be located.”
Shortly before 10 a.m., there was a report of a cable line that had been pulled down on Berlin Street. Police temporarily closed the roadway while the line was removed.
Police responded to Main Street for a report of an unresponsive man. EMS was called, and the individual was transported to Central Vermont Medical Center in Berlin. No other details were provided.
An argument between husband and wife received police intervention on Northfield Street.
On State Street, police investigated a minor in possession of alcohol.
A suspicious person was reported on River Street.
Shortly after midnight, police were asked to investigate the driver of a vehicle who appeared to be impaired. “The driver was found to not be impaired.”
At 3:48 a.m., police responded to a report of “a woman who screamed.” No other details were provided.