BOLO Issued, Stolen Gun, Repossessed Car, Found Poodle, and More

Here's a glance at the Medfield safety logs for June 13 and June 14, including a BOLO (be on the lookout) alert.


Here's a look at the Medfield police logs for Thursday and Friday.

Thursday, June 13

5:36 a.m., North Street. Police noticed a car parked on the sidewalk. The owner moved the car.

9:18 a.m., Green Street. Detail officer said the excavator took down the phone service to one of the houses. Verizon notified.

2:56 p.m., North Street. Woonsocket RI police called to say they had a stolen gun (Ruger .22) from Medfield. 

5:27 p.m., mutual aid. Norfolk Police issued a "BOLO" (be on the lookout) for a 2011 Honda Accord being driven by a 25 year old Norfolk man: 6 feet tall, 180 pounds, brown hair, blue eyes, white t-shirt, and blue jeans. He had crashed through a glass door and left in his mother's vehicle. He may have a knife and has threatened suicide by means of broken glass. 

9:02 p.m., Frairy Street. Caller said he is repossessing a vehicle. He called back at 9:11 p.m. to say he spoke with the resident and now has the vehicle.

Friday, June 14

1:20 p.m., Summer Street. Caller said there are a lot of speeding vehicles on her street; she would like a speed sign or radar. 

3:01 p.m., Baker Road. Caller reported a small black crow trapped in her garage. Animal Control was notified.

4:29 p.m., West Street. CSX said they are working on the crossing at West Street. 

5:24 p.m., North Meadows Road. Medfield Ambulance responded to a car accident near Dale Street involving a 2012 Ford Focus, 2010 Cadillac, and a 2009 GMC Acadia.

7:49 p.m., Turtle Brook Way. Caller reported a small poodle in the area. Police said the owner has the dog.

9:20 p.m., Johns Avenue. E911 caller said they had a non-responsive person. Taken to Norwood Hospital.

10:07 p.m., Pleasant Street. Caller reported someone in Metacomet Park screaming. Police said there were 10 youths in the bleachers who were sent on their way.


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