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Child Trouble Breathing, Angry Child Calls 911, Coyote Hunter, and More

Here's a closer look at the Medfield safety log.

Medfield Police Department. Credit: Theresa Knapp
Medfield Police Department. Credit: Theresa Knapp
The following information was provided by the Medfield Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned in the Medfield police log, it does not indicate a conviction.

Thursday, Jan. 16

12:32 a.m., Pound Street. E911 Lifeline reported a fall at Tilden Village. Medfield Ambulance responded and helped him up. 

6:32 a.m., Adams Street. E911 caller said her 9-year-old was having trouble breathing. Medfield Ambulance responded. No transport needed.

10:53 a.m., Grace Drive. Caller said people are going around putting flyers in neighbors' mailboxes that are detrimental to his character. He thinks this is a union activity. Police spoke with the resident and checked the area. 

4:22 p.m., North Street. Walk-in request for a protective order. Judge contacted, order issued, Worcester Police notified, order served at 9:15 p.m. 

5:07 p.m., Pound Street. E911 Lifeline reported a resident at Tilden Village fell and needed help getting up. Medfield Ambulance helped him up. No transport needed.

6:20 p.m., Pound Street. E911 Lifeline reported a resident at Tilden Village fell and needed help getting up. Medfield Ambulance helped him up. No transport needed.

7:46 p.m., Main Street. Westwood Police issued a BOLO (be on the lookout) for a black Lexus driven by a male who was intoxicated and known to carry edged weapons. All units advised. 

Friday, Jan. 17


7:05 a.m., Pine Street. Received an abandoned E911 call. Police called back and spoke with resident who said everything was fine. Police responded and discovered a verbal argument between parents and child. Everything is fine at this time. 

8:34 a.m., North Meadows Road. Police reported hearing gun shots behind the police firing range. The area behind the range was checked. Police also checked with the Department of Fish and Game and learned that coyote season is from Columbus Day to March 8. The hunter was removed due to activity at the police range. Friday, Jan. 17

7:05 a.m., Pine Street. Received an abandoned E911 call. Police called back and spoke with resident who said everything was fine. Police responded and discovered a verbal argument between parents and child. Everything is fine at this time. 

8:34 a.m., North Meadows Road. Police reported hearing gun shots behind the police firing range. The area behind the range was checked. Police also checked with the Department of Fish and Game and learned that coyote season is from Columbus Day to March 8. The hunter was removed due to activity at the police range. 

11:36 a.m., Granite Street. Walk-in report of threats. 


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