Behind the badge: screams, reported theft and suspected dog abuse | criminality
ST. ALBANS CITY – A man and woman screaming, a lost wallet and suspicions of dog abuse: these are just a few of the calls police have responded to recently.
Sunday November 28
9:31 am There was a report of a man and woman screaming on Bank Street.
12:57 PM There was a report of a lost wallet on North Main Street.
Monday, November 29
12:11 AM There was a report of people shouting on North Main Street.
11:32 a.m. There was a report of a man being harassed by a neighbor on Lake Street.
Tuesday, November 30
11:58 a.m. There was a report of a person in a vehicle harassing a woman in the South Main Street and J&L Auto Shop area.
6:01 PM There was a report that identification documents had been removed from a building on South Main Street.
Wednesday December 1
8:46 a.m. There was a report of a woman being harassed by a neighbor on Bishop Street.
12:27 PM A woman is reported to be arguing with her family on Maple Street.
10:44 PM There has been a report that someone heard screaming on Lake Street.
Thursday 2 December
3:55 PM There was a report of a woman causing trouble on Maple Street.
Friday December 3
7:04 am According to a report, a car was parked on a sidewalk on Bank Street.
6:33 PM There was a report of money being taken from a bank account on Congress Street.
Saturday 4th December
9:11 am There was a report of suspected dog abuse on Kingman Street.
5:10 PM There was a report of a vehicle blocking a driveway on South Main Street.