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Police Log: Lost Gun; Erratic Drivers

Here's a look at the Medfield police log from last week.

Friday, Sept. 28

6:13 a.m., Main Street. Fire Department responded to a mulch fire in front of the gas station at Medfield Commons. Caller said they put water on it but it didn't go out.

12:52 p.m., Elm Street. Caller reported a dog around the Wheelock School. Animal Control was notified.

7:01 p.m., Pound Street. Caller reported an unwanted guest on her property. Gone on arrival.

Saturday, Sept. 29

2:52 a.m., Pleasant Street. Representatives from the Department of Children and Families walked into the station to ask police to check on children on Pleasant Street.

11:02 a.m., Harding Street. Walk-in report about a lost or stolen 22 calibre gun valued around $300.00.

11:21 a.m., Spring Street. Saint Edward's Church requested help with traffic before and after today's Confirmation Mass. Police complied.

12:16 p.m., Main and Causeway Streets. Medfield police cruiser has a flat tire. 

1:55 p.m., Nebo Street. Walk-in report of credit card fraud.

2:05 p.m., Village Street. Medfield Police reported an older model blue Ford Crown Victoria with expired plates that was possibly heading to Medfield on its way to Boston. Police checked but didn't see car.

5:59 p.m., Main Street. Caller reported a white man in his 20s wearing a red jacket and drinking out of a paper bag. He appeared to be drunk. Police spoke to the ma on Route 27. Clear.

7:34 p.m., Main Street. Westwood Police reported an erratic driver on 109 westbound that may have turned into Lovell's. Police did not find the car in Lovell's parking lot

10:25 p.m., Plain Street. Walpole Police reported an erratic driver heading into Medfield on Route 27. Unfounded.

11:06 p.m., North Street. Three youths walked into station to report a man they thought was drunk sitting on the steps of the church on Main Street across from Zebra's. He tried to approach them and they ran off. He was wearing a red ball cap and fleece jacket (possibly brown). Gone on arrival.

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