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

May 1A dog was found on North Franklin Street.

Someone refused to leave a property on St. Paul Street.

A woman reported her sister tried to drown their cat. The call was unfounded.

May 2A gunshot was heard on Independence Green.

There were juveniles inside the parking garage at City Center.

A juvenile was out of control on Monsignor Crosby Avenue.

May 3Someone was being threatened on State Street.

A car was reportedly parked in a spot for a long time on Summer Street.

On Berlin Street, a vehicle broke down.

May 4Packages were stolen from an apartment building on Main Street.

Someone was yelling obscenities on Elm Street.

A report of a malfunctioning crossing signal on State Street was unfounded.

May 5Someone was asleep in a car on State Street.

A child was walking next to the roadway on Terrace Street.

On Prospect Street, someone broke into a residence.

Two people dumped trash into a dumpster without permission on River Street.

May 6A dog was running loose on Hebert Road.

Items were stolen from a vehicle on Gallison Hill Road.

People with an infant were staggering around on Stone Cutters Way.

Someone reportedly threw equipment into the Winooski River.

May 7Catalytic converters were stolen off of trucks on River Street.

A bicycle was found on Bailey Avenue and its owner was contacted.

On Gallison Hill Road, a dog was running loose.

Packages were stolen on Elm Street.

May 8A female broke a windshield wiper off of a vehicle on Prospect Street.

On Barre Street, a reported assault was unfounded and the caller turned out to be a child with a disability.

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