Manchester Police and Fire Logs: Nov. 11-14
21:02 Received a report of a car v.s. deer crash on Depot Street by US Route 7.
08:22 Responded to assist the Vermont State Police at a vehicle crash with injuries six miles south of US Route 7 Exit 4.
12:01 Assisted with a vehicle lockout at The Fields.
15:03 Assisted with a vehicle lockout in the Friendly's parking lot.
16:58 Responded to a suspicious incident on Three Maple Drive where a strange vehicle was seen leaving the driveway.
19:25 Received a report of a possibly disorderly situation on Depot Street in the vicinity of Mac's Convenience Store.
09:04 Responded to an excavation site on Richville Road where several vehicles had their tires slashed.
19:53 Responded to a motor vehicle complaint of reckless operation and issued a traffic citation for passing on the right.
20:18 Responded to a 911 hangup call at a Main Street restaurant.
21:30 Received a report of a possible vehicle crash on Main Street.
22:37 Responded to investigate possible drug activity in the parking lot of a Main Street convenience store.
02:12 Investigated a commercial false alarm at Kate Spade on Depot Street.
07:11 Responded to a false commercial alarm at Firefly on Depot Street.
07:51 Responded to a false alarm at Saint Bruno's Scenic Viewing Center at the top of Skyline Drive.
17:08 Investigated a crash at the police station where a woman knocked down several support columns to the roof overhang covering the lobby entrance.
22:36 Responded to a parking violation of the winter snow ban on Center Hill where it appears as if the no parking signs had been removed by vandals.
16:48 Investigated a theft of a child's small pink Schwin bike from a Spruce Brook Apartments residence.
17:09 Investigated a 911 hangup call on the West Road.
08:22 Responded to a vehicle accident with injuries on US Route 7 six miles south of Exit 4
08:12 Responded to a vehicle accident with injuries on VT Routes 11 and 30 in the vicinity of Snowflake Lane.
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