Man Calling Out for Help, Suspicious Vehicles and Activity, Sick Raccoon, Etc.

Here's a look at the Medfield safety log for May 8.


Here's a glance at the police log for May 8.

Wednesday, May 8

8:05 a.m., Liberty Road. Caller reported a suspicious black station wagon that has been parked on Liberty Road for three days. Police spoke with the owner of the vehicle (green 1996 Subaru Legacy) who works for a homeowner on Oriole Road and she parks her vehicle there because it is out of the way. 

8:20 a.m., High and South Streets. Caller said the lights at this intersection were not working. Police responded and could not reset the box. The signal company arrived at 9:33 a.m. 

10:02 a.m., North Meadows Road. Two cell phone callers reported two vehicles going north on North Meadows Road (Route 27) that were driving erratically and one turned into the DPW driveway. Gone on arrival.

10:46 a.m., North Street. Police reported a Verizon phone line came down into the street. Verizon en route.

11:05 a.m., High Street. E911 call was transferred from the Framingham E911 center from a man calling out for help. The phone number was blocked, the best address she could get was in the area of 59 High Street. Police went door to door as well. E911 Center could not give any more information. 

11:27 a.m., North Street. Caller reported suspicious activity near MAP. Caller asked police to check on the driver of a delivery truck who drove in around the building and then made a delivery at the school. He is now in the parking lot. Gone on arrival. 

3:37 p.m., Hatters Hill Road. Caller requested an ambulance for someone having a seizure. Caller said the man is shaking and breathing. Medfield Ambulance took the patient to Norwood Hospital.

7:01 p.m., Rocky Lane. Caller asked to see the Animal Control Officer about a sick raccoon on her front lawn that she would like removed. ACO responded but raccoon ran into woods. 

7:59 p.m., Fieldstone Drive. Caller reported a suspicious vehicle, a yellow cab with a man sitting in it for about 25 minutes. Gone on arrival. 


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