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ST. ALBANS CITY —A burglarized vehicle, a beaten dog and a person going through a dumpster: these are just a few of the calls St. Albans City Police responded to recently.

Monday, Oct. 31:

12:35 a.m. A man reported seeing someone he didn’t know in his home on North Main Street.

1:14 p.m. Items were reported missing from a burglarized vehicle on Bank Street.

Tuesday, Nov. 1:

7:43 a.m. A man was reported to be jumping out of a window on Hoyt Street.

7:58 p.m. A woman reportedly threatened to shoot another woman on North Main Street.

Wednesday, Nov. 2:

8:03 a.m. A man was beating a dog on Maple Street, according to reports.

3:22 p.m. A woman reported being knocked off her bike by a truck in the area of Lake Street and Federal Street.

Thursday, Nov. 3:

9:47 a.m. A backpack was reported found on Lake Street.

5:25 p.m. A 30-oz. blue Yeti water bottle was stolen from a store on North Main Street.

Friday, Nov. 4:

12:14 p.m. An intoxicated man was reportedly screaming outside the caller's room on South Main Street.

7:53 p.m. A person was reportedly going through a dumpster on Lake Street.

Saturday, Nov. 5:

2:12 p.m. A vehicle was reportedly broken into overnight on Brainerd Street and a bag and a wallet were taken.

5:46 p.m. A man and woman were reported to be arguing on North Main Street.

Sunday, Nov. 6: 

3:50 p.m. A dog was barking loudly on Quarry Court, according to reports.

5:19 p.m. Neighbors were arguing over parking on Messenger Street, according to reports.

Monday, Nov. 7:

6:24 a.m. Someone reported a vehicle was suspiciously left in a parking lot on Lake Street. 

7:46 a.m. A woman was reportedly screaming at a man and throwing items in a domestic disturbance on Ranimer Place.

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