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Highlights from Last Week's Police Log

Here's a glance at the highlights from Medfield's safety log from last week.

1:09 a.m., Main Street. Police notified Highway Department that roads need to be treated.

8:28 a.m., Main Street. E911 caller reports she slid off the road. Police also notified Dover because she wasn't sure where she was. She was in Dover. Medfield helped Dover stop traffic so they could pull her out. 

9:07 a.m., Hale Place. Caller reported a vehicle (Toyota Prius) parked on Hale Place and blocking traffic. Registered in Medway. Owner is moving the vehicle.

2:58 p.m., Philip Street. Caller reported a tree across the street. Electric service was taken out at pole. Tree Warden moved tree. NSTAR notified.

5:09 p.m., Hospital Road. Caller reported a tree down and blocking the road. Police found it was blocking one lane. Tree warden notified.

6:45 p.m., Wood End Lane. Caller said his teenage daughter keeps passing out. No history of medical problems. Medfield Ambulance responded; refused transport. 

10:31 p.m., Main Street. Caller said there is a group of kids behind the library. Gone on arrival.

10:59 a.m., Caller said she was just involved in a hit and run accident. Police said it was a one-car (Toyota Tacoma) crash with minor damage. 

2:55 p.m., West Street. Caller reported two husky-type dogs running around. Animal Control notified.

3:45 p.m., Forest Street. E911 caller requested an ambulance for her daughter who is having a seizure. Patient was taken to Norwood Hospital.

4:09 p.m., North Meadows Road. Motor vehicle stop near Papa Gino's. Liliane Zogheib, 45, of 290 Park Street, Stoughton, was arrested on a warrant. 

8:08 p.m., Main Street. Caller reported a car all over the road on Route 109 heading toward the center from Westwood. Car turned into Shaw's parking lot. Police were with car near Marshall's. Denise Hayes, 61, of 1 Rustic Lane, Medfield, was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor (second offense) and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. 

5:19 a.m., Granite Street. E911 caller reported a 59-year-old man having chest pains. He has a history of heart problems. Man was taken to Norwood Hospital.8:35 a.m., Elm Street. Caller reported wires on trees burning behind the Wheelock fields by the railroad tracks. Medfield Fire Department was notified.

10:02 a.m., Bridge Street. Report of a wire down in the area of Bridge Street. Fire Department reports it is a phone wire.

12:57 p.m., station. Private investigator reports he is working in town until 5 p.m.

2 p.m., Hartford Street. Detail officer reports a disabled motor vehicle with a flat tire on Hartford Street and requests a cruiser to the scene. Tow truck was called.

7:10 p.m., High Street. Ed Hinkley reports power is out on High Street. 

11:15 p.m., Powderhouse Road and Curve Street. E911 caller reported a disturbance in the area. Caller believes they took off in a vehicle. Police report the youths in the park were having a snowball fight. Police took two youths home. 

8:57 a.m., Brook Street. Caller reported a small white dog running around and may get hit. Animal Control enroute.

9:08 a.m., station. Walk-in report of a violation of a court order regarding visitation. 

1:46 p.m., Main Street. Millis Police reported an erratic operating coming into Medfield on Main Street going east. Unfounded.

9:54 p.m., North Meadow Road and West Street. Motor vehicle stop resulting in arrest of Stephen Koss, 70, 120 Dover Road, Millis, on an arrest warrant. 

Thursday, Feb. 21

12:57 a.m., Wilkins Glen Road. E911 caller reports her 16-year-old daughter showed her a knife and went upstairs with it. She is unsure what she is going to do with the knife. Police responded and said the matter was solved, "no problem at this time." 

8:43 a.m., High Street. Caller said there is a dead animal in the road on High Street by Garry Drive. Animal Control was notified. 

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