Montpelier Police Log: Suspicious activity reported citywide | Local News | timesargus.com

2022-08-19 20:01:24 By : Ms. kelly Deng

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Partly cloudy skies. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. Low 58F. Winds SSW at 5 to 10 mph..

Partly cloudy skies. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. Low 58F. Winds SSW at 5 to 10 mph.

Aug.8Suspicious activity was reported on National Life Drive.

Police received a report of a larceny from a building on Barre Street.

A report of threatening was reported on State Street.

A caller was concerned about a dog in a car on Main Street.

A bat was reported inside a house on College Street.

Aug. 9Department of Public Works was called to School Street for a water leak. (They were called back several hours later for a leaking fire hydrant on the same street.)

Also on School Street, a road crew was concerned for public safety on a worksite.

Threatening text messages and calls were reported at Shamrock Lane.

A citizen dispute was reported on Northfield Street.

A report of a vehicle leaving the scene of an accident on Berlin Street.

Found: iPhone (in a clear case) on Elm Street; debit card, downtown

A suspicious person was reported on State Street at 3:21 a.m.

Police responded to a mental health issue on Main Street.

Lost: A dog on Phillips Street.

Found: Wallet turned into the police department; reading glasses on Main Street; dog, on Berlin Street; another dog on Main Street.

A citizen dispute was reported in the early morning hours on Elm Street.

Around 6 a.m., a man was reportedly yelling near the State House.

Graffiti was reported at a business on Berlin Street.

A case of lewd and lascivious conduct was reported on Northfield Street.

Around 3:45 p.m., a minor two-car accident was reported on the Main Street bridge.

A report was made of a disoriented person on Main Street; a welfare check was done.

Police made sure an intoxicated individual on Elm Street was “left in the care of a friend.”

Found: A check (attempts made to contact owner).

A mental health issue was reported on State Street.

A deer was struck on Memorial Drive.

The traffic light at the Granite Street bridge was reportedly malfunctioning.

Someone was reportedly taking photos from a vehicle on Judson Drive.

A suspicious male was reportedly following a female on Baldwin Street.

Disorderly conduct was reported at Blanchard Court.

Found: Cell phone (owner contacted)

Campsite reported in Hubbard Park.

An untimely death was reported on Main Street.

There was a report of an intoxicated individual on Main Street.

A suicide was reported at the overpass of Route 2 and I-89.

Report of an elderly naked man running on the North Branch Nature Trails.

Report of a man lying on the ground along Barre Street.

Lost: A prescription on Mechanic Street.

Brian Moffitt, 46, of Montpelier, cited to court for disorderly conduct.

Julie Hay, 57, of Montpelier, was cited for unlawful mischief, disorderly conduct, and assault.

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