Police Log: Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 Including Found Wallet, House Party and More

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

Sunday, Sept. 30

7:16 a.m., Spring Street.  Police assisted with church traffic at 7:16 a.m, 8:06 a.m., 9:15 a.m., 10:18 a.m., 11:17 a.m., 12:13 p.m. and 6:31 p.m.

9:17 a.m., Main Street.  Police assisted with church traffic.

3:20 p.m., Philip Street. Caller reported cars parked on Philip Street near Cross Street. Caller reported he had to go into the other lane to pass the cars. Police discovered a house party in the area and the cars were moved.

3:23 p.m., Johns Avenue. Caller requested a well-being check on her kids.  They are with her husband and nobody is answering the phone. Police spoke with the husband, saw the kids, and told the caller everything looked okay.

3:42 p.m., Dale Street. Two subjects came into the station with a wallet item they found in the dumpster. There was a $1 bill and change in it but no identification.

6:18 p.m., Curve Street. A 30-year old Oak Street resident was charged with driving without a license on Curve Street. 

Monday, Oct. 1

12:37 a.m., North Meadows Road. Sherborn Police asked Medfield Police to look for a red BMW that just left Sherborn and was heading to Norton to check on a family member. Medfield Police stopped the car on Route 27 and Wild Holly.  Sherborn Police arrived at the scene. The subject was heading back to Sherborn. 

5:59 a.m., Curve Street. Traffic enforcement at Curve and South Streets: 2 citations issued.

6:58 a.m., High Street. Caller reported a dog on High Street with no one around him.  Animal Control was notified.

11:56 a.m., North Street. Walk-in report that a truck just hit a homeowner's wall. 

11:58 a.m., Main Street. Caller reported an erratic drive on Main Street that just turned onto Brook Street. Gone on arrival.

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