Erratic Drivers, Swapped Mailbox, Mysterious Buried Rock

Here's a glance at the Medfield safety log for Feb. 28 and March 1.

Here's a glance at Thursday and Friday's police log.

Thursday, Feb. 28

12:35 a.m., South Street. Police investigated a suspicious vehicle in the high school parking lot.

4:12 a.m., Pine Street. An auto repossession company called the station for a fax number to forward a repossession order for a 2009 Nisson Versa. 

12:42 p.m., Main Street. Caller reported a hit and run accident in the CVS parking lot at 12:30 p.m. today.

12:56 p.m., North Street. Dover Police reported an erratic driver (MA 764HG1) driving into Medfield via North Street, passing cars and tailgating. Medfield PD could not locate.

3:03 p.m., Main Street. E911 caller said her mother wasn't feeling well. Medfield Ambulance took her to Norwood Hospital. 

3:32 p.m., Main Street. Caller reported a car on the railroad tracks in the center of town and a train is coming. When police arrived, the car was off the tracks and gone.

7:38 p.m., North Meadows Road. Sherborn Police reported a truck towing a car trailer on Route 27 toward Medfield was all over the road. Gone on arrival.

10:13 p.m., Main Street. Caller reported a possible drunk driver on Route 109 coming into the center. Police stopped the car at Bridge Street and said the driver was fine, he was just lost.

Friday, March 1

12:01 a.m., Spring Street. Traffic enforcement.

6:05 a.m., Bridle Field Lane, E911 caller said her husband fell in the bathroom, he is alert and breathing but might be having a stroke. Medfield Ambulance took him to Norwood Hospital.

7:35 a.m., Foundry Street. Caller reported suspicious footprints around the peroprty. Police reported that someone drug a hole and buried a rock. 

7:53 a.m., Plain Street. Caller reported that someone took her mailbox and left a different mailbox (which is not theirs), with a #79 on it, in its place. They did see a black SUV in the driveway at 6:40 a.m. this morning. 

Note, it is Patch's policy to print the name, address, and age of all arrests as noted in the safety log. 


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