Here's a look at the Medfield Police Department safety logs for Thursday, Oct. 17.
The following information was provided by the Medfield Police Department. When arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
Thursday, Oct. 17
7:36 a.m., Evergreen Way and Harding Street. Traffic enforcement. No citations issued.
7:49 a.m., Main Street and Robert Sproul Road. Traffic enforcement. No citations issued.
9:54 a.m., Main Street. Restaurant owner called the ambulance because a five-year-old boy who was allergic to peanuts had a peanut butter cookie and had a reaction. The boy was taken to Norwood Hospital.
10:59 a.m., Carmen Circle. E911 caller reported a suspicious vehicle (a white two-door sedan) and a dark-haired girl walking around the area. Gone on arrival. A few minutes later...
11:13 a.m., Elm Street. Police stopped a white 2006 two-door Toyota Corolla in front of the Wheelock School and issued a traffic citation. Police are now seeking a summons for a 51-year-old woman from Centennial Drive in Norwood for operating after revocation of registration and driving an uninsured vehicle. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
12:16 p.m., Main and Brook Streets. E911 caller reported a car accident with personal injury. Medfield Police and Fire responded. The car, a 2004 Mercury Marquis sustained heavy damage after hitting a utility pole, and was towed. The driver was taken to Norwood Hospital.
3:54 p.m., South Street and Loeffler Lane. Caller said she was just in a minor car accident. Cars involved were a green 1997 Volvo GLT and a gray 2013 Honda Odyssey.
4:38 p.m., Blacksmith Drive. E911 caller said his son is having an allergic reaction to something. The boy was taken to Norwood Hospital.
5:01 p.m., Cross Street and Knollwood Road. Caller reported two young boys riding mini-bikes in the area. Gone on arrival.
8:06 p.m., Indian Hill Road. Caller reported hearing gun shots in the area near his house, possibly from MCI Norfolk. It was noted by police.