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Here are some calls that St. Albans City Police responded to in the last week:

Monday, May 17

12:12 a.m. People reported stomping and yelling in an apartment on South Main Street.

1:16 a.m. Woman having issues with a man at Sunset Meadows

12:33 p.m. Dog tied up outside on North Main Street

5:12 p.m. Driver fell asleep in store on Fairfax Road

5:42 p.m. Four horses in the road on Dunsmore Road

6:32 p.m. Dog reported sounding like it was in distress on Burnell Terrace

8:31 p.m. Two black trucks racing on Hathaway Point Road

Tuesday, May 18

7:56 a.m. Cow reported in the road on Lower Lower Newton Road/Kellogg Road

4:39 p.m. Broken vehicle blocking traffic on Seymour Road/Swanton Road

6:31 p.m. Horses in the road on Dunsmore Road

7:07 p.m. Abandoned vehicle on Swanton Road

7:36 p.m. Lynward Reynolds, 47, of Highgate arrested for DUI, and Chadwick Reynolds, 33, of St. Albans, arrested for aggravated assault on South Main Street

10:32 p.m. Possible intoxicated driver on Swanton Road

Wednesday, May 19

4:17 a.m. Neighbor making a lot of noise on Upper Welden Street

10:17 a.m. Man harassing a woman on Congress Street

1:39 p.m. Man’s phone taken on Corliss Road

2:49 p.m. Altercation between a man and woman on Lincoln Avenue

5:32 p.m. Erratic driver on Lake Road

6:03 p.m. Lost identification on Lake Street

6:10 p.m. Vehicles speeding on North Main Street

8:48 p.m. Lost vehicle keys on Lake Road

8:53 p.m. Woman with dog bite on hand on South Main Street

Thursday, May 20

12:32 a.m. Irrate man on Fairfield Street

10:02 a.m. Neighbor dispute on Allen Street

2:11 p.m. Dog in a vehicle with the windows up on Swanton Road

4:22 p.m. Man threatened woman into giving money on South Main Street

6:16 p.m. Vehicle passing cars unsafely on Lower Newton Street

7:16 p.m. Bridget Combs, 24, of Richford, arrested on a warrant on Dunsmore Road

9:41 p.m. People arguing and screaming in the wooded area near Food City

Friday, May 21

12:44 a.m. Vehicle parked in a lot after closing on Swanton Road

4:59 a.m. Truck spinning its tires on Lake Street

11:34 a.m. Dog stolen from a yard on Lake Street

3:13 p.m. Man checking out vehicle in a garage on Lake Street

3:13 p.m. Teen out of control on Lake Shore Road

6:30 p.m. Inspection sticker stolen on Rugg Street

9:44 p.m. Out of control son on Brosseau Road

9:51 p.m. Man swerving all over the road on Lake Street

10:10 p.m. Lance Therrien, 45, of St. Albans, arrested for unlawful mischief on Vivian Lane

Saturday, May 22

3:45 a.m. Person hunched over in vehicle on Fairfax Road

6:44 a.m. Vehicle all over the road on Fairfax Road

1:24 p.m. Wallet/ID found in parking lot on Tuckers Way

2:55 p.m. Landlord stole trampoline from a home on Spruce Street

3:19 p.m. Randy Bluto, 32, of St. Albans, arrested for violation of conditions of release on Corliss Road

3:47 p.m. Man almost ran over by lawnmower on North Elm Street

4:08 p.m. Woman banging pots and pans on Ashton Drive

7:48 p.m. Man starting a fight with a neighbor on Rugg Road

8:18 p.m. iPhone stolen from a car on Swanton Road

10:13 p.m. Man yelling in the area of Clyde Allen Drive

10:39 p.m. Natasha Blouin, 27, of St. Albans, and Shane Bergeron, 40, of St. Albans, arrested on warrants

11:20 p.m. Landlord smashing items on Bronson Road

11:20 pm. Employee with a knife in an alley on Kingman Street

Sunday, May 23

12:35 a.m. Vehicle all over the road on Route 105/Swanton Road

8:46 a.m. Dog attacked a puppy on Cardinal Circle

9:33 a.m. Man refusing to leave on Fairfield Street

10:03 a.m. House egged on Russell Street

10:11 a.m. Man trying to get in vehicles on Stebbins Street

10:24 a.m. Vehicle driving at a high rate of speed on Finn Avenue

1:08 p.m. Vehicle rear-ended another vehicle on Swanton Road

1:30 p.m. Vehicle egged on South Elm Street

1:38 p.m. Wallet found on Federal Street

8:14 p.m. Possible drunk driver in a gold Chevrolet on South Main Street

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