Here's a glance at the police log for Thursday and Friday.
Thursday, May 2
6:38 a.m., Causeway Street. LifeLine reported an alert from this residence but nobody on the line. Police and Ambulance responded, no transport.
7:58 a.m., station. Police transported prisoner (Evan Wilmarth) to Dedham District Court.
8:20 a.m., Main Street. Caller said someone stole a vacuum cleaner from the old Mobil gas station.
12:01 p.m., Flint Locke Lane. Caller reported two down wires going from NSTAR pole to a house. Verizon and Comcast are on their way.
3:13 p.m., Main Street. Caller just reported he was in a minor car accident. Vehicles were a 2012 Mercedes and a 2005 Toyota.
3:57 p.m., Emerson Road. Caller said she had a bat in the yard that she needs removed. Dover Animal Control Officer will respond.
5:21 p.m., Hilltop Circle. Walk-in report of a barking dog behind his home on Hilltop Circle between Rocky Lane. At 7:10 p.m., police received another call about the dog in the woods. Dover Animal Control will check the area. Someone from Planting Field has the dog in their possession. The owner lives on Stagecoach Road and will pick up the dog.
5:31 p.m., North Street. Caller from Castle Hill Academy said a parent had locked their child in the car. Access gained.
6:28 p.m., Janes Avenue. Medfield Fire Department responded to a report of an odor of fuel inside the building on the second floor. Nothing found.
6:45 p.m., Bridge Street. Police said there were cars blocking the road in front of 44 Bridge Street. The cars were moved.
8:03 p.m., Causeway Street. LifeLine reports an elderly woman needs assistance getting off the couch. Westwood Ambulance responded.
11:08 p.m., Main Street. E911 caller from Thomas Upham House said there was a man causing a disturbance by yelling and swearing. Gone on arrival.
Friday, May 3
6:08 a.m., Grace Drive. Caller asked that the Animal Control Officer come out and remove a raccoon from underneath his deck. He will not be home.
8:30 a.m., E911 caller reported a car accident at North Meadows Road and West Street; caller said it was a rollover. Medfield Police, Fire and Ambulance all responded. Millis Ambulance also responded. One patient taken to Norwood Hospital. Two cars were towed: 2006 Toyota Sequoia and 2013 Chevy Van Express.
9:57 a.m., Grace Drive. Caller asked again that the raccoon be removed from under the deck. Animal Control said the raccoon was sick and she is removing it.
11:57 a.m., Dale Street. E911 caller requested an ambulance for an non-responsive elderly man. Medfield Fire and Ambulance responded in addition to the Fire Chief. Westwood Ambulance also responding.
1:24 p.m., West Mill Street. Caller requested an ambulance for a 92-year-old man who is confused. Millis Ambulance responded and took him to Metrowest Natick.
2:27 p.m., Main Street. E911 caller reported a car accident at Main Street and Robert Sproul Road. Two cars towed: 2012 Fiat CP500 and a 2013 Volkswagon Passat. Fluids in the road, Medfield Ambulance responded.
2:52 p.m., Main Street. Walk-in report from a bicyclist who said he was riding down the road when a car drove by and yelled out the window and started him. Police attempted to reach the driver of the car.
4:37 p.m., Pine Street. Resident reported a gray Siberian-Husky-looking dog just killed a chicken in the backyard of a neighbor. They scared it off and it ran up the road. Owner of chickens think they know who it is and will handle it with them.
5:15 p.m., mutual aid. Millis Police requested Medfield Ambulance on Stoneybrook Road for a 23 year old male with a possible allergic reaction.
7:16 p.m., Pine Street. Caller said he just got home and his garage door is wide open; requested officer to check house with them. Checked okay.
8:38 p.m., mischief on Adams Street. Memorial School custodian reports there are kids on the roof. Police said there were no kids on the roof when he arrived, and he spoke with a group of kids behind the school.
10:22 p.m., Main Street. E911 caller reported a car driving erratically in front of her. Police pulled the car over near the cemetery. There is no problem.