Wednesday, March 20
3:50 a.m., Main Street. E911 caller requested an ambulance for her baby who has a high fever. Medfield Ambulance took patient to Norwood Hospital.
4:44 a.m., Orchard Street. Caller reports she has the smell of gas in her house. It could be from a snow blower in the garage so she moved the snow blower outside. Fire Chief reported the smell was from the snow blower.
8:40 a.m., Miller Street. Funeral home requested traffic control and escort from Miller Street to Spring Street, then from Spring Street to Vine Lake Cemetery.
8:45 a.m., station. Walk-in report from a private investigator that he will be working on South Street today.
1:10 p.m., Causeway Street. E911 caller reported a possible stroke. Medfield Ambulance took to Norwood Hospital.
2:38 p.m., Eastmount Road. Caller reported a car speeding up and down the street with four youths in it. Gone on arrival.
5:07 p.m., Main Street. Caller reported an injured deer in his yard. Animal Control Officer was tried several times but did not respond. In the meantime, the deer left the area.
5:30 p.m., Homestead Drive. Walk-in report of fraud on her PayPal account.
6:29 p.m., Main Street. Police assisted with traffic as the Fire Department put up the "Town Election" banner.
Thursday, March 21
6:18 a.m., South Street. E911 caller said her husband is not feeling well with stomach and back pain. Medfield Ambulance took patient to Norwood Hospital.
7:23 a.m., Pound Street and Robert Sproul Road. Officer said she is doing the school crossing this morning.
7:40 a.m., South Street. LifeLine called to report a South Street resident had fallen down and needs help getting up. Someone is there with him but they need more help. Medfield EMTs responded.
7:55 a.m., Main Street. AAA called to report a car (2005 Honda Accord) broken down near 111 Main Street. She would like an officer to stand by for his town truck because the woman reports she's in a bad spot on Route 109.
9:26 a.m., Miller Street. Funeral home requested an escort from Miller Street to the Millis town line, then from the town line to Vine Lake Cemetery.