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Montpelier Police Beat: May 11 – 17

(Excerpted from the Montpelier Police Department Media Log)

  • Keys were found in the vacant lot next to Splash Naturals.

  • There was a juvenile problem on Foster Street

  • A motorist reported an intoxicated male walking in traffic on River Street. Police located the man and later placed him into protective custody.

  • Someone reported a suspicious event on Main Street. Police located and identified the subject.

  • A dog left in a vehicle on River Street was reported, but was gone when police arrived to check the area.

  • Police assisted Washington County Mental Health with a subject on State Street.

  • Police conducted a welfare check on Meadowbrook Drive.

  • Two suspicious subjects were reported walking around a vacant house on Sible Avenue.

  • A man was charged with disorderly conduct for yelling profanities and threatening to kill people in front of Philamen’s restaurant on Elm Street.

  • Police issued a warning for defective tail light on State Street.

  • Police issued a warning for defective windshield and exhaust on Berlin Street.

  • Graffiti was found on a state building.

  • Traffic control was provided for a funeral.

  • A residential burglar alarm went off on Elm Street.

  • A bike was found on Elm Street.

  • Police assisted Montpelier Fire Department with a water leak at an apartment on Elm Street.

  • Someone reported a suspicious vehicle at the end of Pioneer Street with lights on near the back of storage units.

  • Alexandra Grimes, 22, of Isle La Motte, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and driving with a criminally suspended license. Grimes was cited to appear in the Washington County Criminal Court on May 28 at 12:30 p.m. for arraignment.

  • Someone reported a suspicious man stealing from the parking lot at Agway on the East Montpelier Road. It was later determined to be a maintenance worker.

  • A set of keys was reported lost in the area of Taylor Street.

  • Police investigated a report of stalking on Main Street.

  • Someone reported finding a a note that seemed suspicious on Langdon Street.

  • A set of keys was found in the area of Taylor Street.

  • A medium-sized male dog was found on Barre Street and brought to the Central Vermont Humane Society.

  • A disabled vehicle was found on National Life Drive.

  • Police responded to the report of erratic operation in Berlin. The vehicle and operator was located in Montpelier.

  • Someone complained of a loose dog on Hillside Avenue. The dog was reunited with owner.

  • A search warrant was issued for a Cliff Street residence connected to a larceny case involving a laptop stolen from Trinity Church in April 2015. Peterson Benjamin, 36, of Montpelier was cited into Washington Superior Court Criminal Division to answer to the charge Petit Larceny. Someone went to the police state to report unruly residents at Pioneer Apartments on Main Street.

  • There was a report of harassment on National Life Drive.

  • A stray dog was reported at a residence on Main Street. The dog belonged to a neighbor and the resident will return the animal.

  • Glass was broken in the area of 26 State Street.

  • A vehicles parked behind Abby Self-Storage on East Montpelier Rd. prompted someone to report a suspicious event.

  • Police conducted a security check at the opening/closing of Hubbard Park.

  • A juvenile problem was reported on Foster Street.

  • Two dogs were left in a vehicle on Main Street. The owner was contacted.