Wednesday, Sept. 26
12:23 a.m., North Meadows Road. Caller reported a male subject on a skateboard being pulled by a dog. Gone on arrival.
1:46 a.m., Maplewood Road. Caller reported the train that goes through town during the night should not be blowing its horn for so long, it is longer than normal.
10:34 a.m., Kenney Road. Caller reported that someone came to her door to see her sewer pipes. He showed her a badge. Police confirmed the man is working for the town.
2:43 p.m., Homestead Drive. Walpole Police called and asked Medfield police to check the Homestead area for a red Ford Ranger pickup because they wanted to talk to him about some damage he did in Walpole.
2:49 p.m., Noon Hill Road. Caller reported a red pickup truck had dumped trash at the gravel pit and left. Caller said the truck "came to a skidding halt, dumped the trash and returned back the way it came toward Causeway Street." The caller went through trash and found a person's name. Police confirmed the name. Walpole, Millis and Norfolk police were notified. State Police were on standby in Medfield Center. Shortly thereafter, a summons was issued for "trash, litter" to a 25-year old man living on Granite Street in Walpole.
10:07 p.m., West Street. A police detail officer reported that a white van had a near accident with the Water Department detail on West Street. Gone on arrival.
Thursday, Sept. 27
10:08 a.m., High and Granite Streets. Traffic enforcement. No violations issued.
10:19 a.m., South Street. Traffic enforcement. One written warning issued.
2:10 p.m., Main Street and Robert Sproul Road. Police assisted with school crossing.
2:30 p.m., North and Dale Streets. Police assisted with school crossing.
2:54 p.m., Main Street. Caller reported two suspicious men sitting in a car behind Cumberland Farms. Police arrested William Bourque, 44 of Arthur Street in Framingham, and Darren Michael Falvey, 33 of Pelican Drive in Walpole. Both men were charged with receiving stolen property over $250. Their vehicles were towed.
4:45 p.m., Forest Street. Walk-in report of bank fraud.