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Medfield Police Logs: June 22-30

Highlights from Medfield police and fire logs.

Wednesday, June 22:

8:06 a.m. - Caller reported a dog in the road on North and Dale Streets. Animal Control Officer notified. 

8:18 a.m. - Caller reported holding a stray dog at Pine Street. Animal Control Officer notified. 

10:03 a.m. - Sergeant Burton stated Animal Control Officer reported a person dumping trash in the river at Bridge and West Streets. Burgess spoke with party and no trash was found. 

1:38 p.m. - Medfield Fire Department reported a motor vehicle accident. Pole struck across the road on Snyder Road. Fire alarm struck. NSTAR notified. Medfield Fire Chief William Kingsbury and two pumper engines responded to the scene. Two detail men responded for traffic. Motor vehicle operator, 19 years old of Lee Road in Medfield refused transport by ambulance and was not injured. He was issued a summons for negligent operation of a motor vehicle. 

4 p.m. - Caller reported male walking around in her backyard at Bridlefield Lane. Male was described as white, 5-foot-6 wearing a maroon shirt and he pulled up in a black truck. Officers responded and spoke with individual as well as caller. Situation cleared. 

4:01 p.m. - Caller reported a squirrel in a fireplace on Harding Street. Animal Control Officer Shaw responded and removed squirrel. 

4:19 p.m. - Caller reported reported a minor car accident by Cumberland Farms in the parking lot on Main and Spring Streets. Officer Wayne Sallale and assisted involved parties in exchanging paperwork. 

4:43 p.m. - Animal Control Officer Shaw reported she was responding to Belknap and Hillcrest where a cat attacked a woodpecker. 

6:35 p.m. - Man from 65 Frairy St. reported a female came to the door soliciting for some national consumer association and she was asking a lot of questions about employment, etc. The woman was white and in her 20s wearing a black and white plaid jacket, halter top and jeans. She also had tattoos. She was reportedly going house to house up and down the street. Officer Flaherty checked area but reportedly found nothing. 

9:34 p.m. - 911 caller reported arching wires and small fire on telephone pole on Elm Street near Wheelock School. Lt. Bennoti reported they will check and officer responded. Fire Department reported wire was arching and there was no fire. 

Thursday, June 23:

1:04 a.m. – Norfolk Police called to report they had a car parked in Norfolk with heavy front-end damage with air bags deployed and the vehicle was licensed to an individual in Medfield.

1:17 a.m.  – Fire board reports line trouble for 530 Main St. at the Noon Hill Grill and Medfield Fire Department was notified.

9:24 a.m. – Cell caller from the Hunt Club Field on North Street called to report a rider was thrown from her horse. Ambulance responded but no transport was needed.

9:36 a.m.  – Individual came into the station to report an elderly female on North Street at Pine Street may be lost. Officer notified and reported she spoke to the woman who was waiting for a ride.

9:46 a.m.  –Two calls reported a motor vehicle collision on Route 27 at Dale Street with unknown personal injury. Ambulance responded but no transport necessary. Assured Collision towing was notified for one towing.

11:24 a.m.  – A caller reported a fire hydrant leaking on Route 27 at the Sherborn town line. Ed Hinkley was notified and reported he will check it out.

12:10 p.m. – Montrose School employee reported youths hanging around in the alley behind the school and requested an officer to check on them. Officer Michelle Bento responded and reported the youths were on the roof and she filed an incident report.

1:50 p.m. – 911 caller reported they have an individual who will not leave a store on Main Street. Officer spoke to the individual and situation was clear.

6:34 p.m. – A call came in requesting an ambulance at Pound Street. Medics notified and Westwood responded.

7:02 p.m. – Suspicious vehicle and person at 200 North St. Officer responded to scene and found the operator of the vehicle was on the property to retrieve property they had stored in the barn. Officer reported the area was clear.

7:48 p.m. – Resident at Wilkens Glen Road reported suspicious male in the woods behind her unit, possibly cutting wood. Officer Larz Anderson spoke with the gentleman, who said he was just walking the area. Officer reported no problem.

8:32 p.m. – Officer Larz Anderson found a black iPod in the woods behind Wilkins Glen Building 8.

9:28 p.m. – Ambulance run from Saw Mill Lane as a heavily intoxicated 15-year-old female was non-responsive. She was transported to Norwood Hospital.

10:12 p.m. – Report of youths running up and down Snyder Road ringing doorbells and making noise. Officers responded but youths were gone on arrival.

Friday, June 24:

7:04 a.m. – 911 caller reported they need an ambulance at Donut Express on Main Street. Ambulance transported patient to Norwood Hospital.

12:20 p.m. – CSX called about kids jumping on the train when it was coming through Medfield near the Main Street railroad crossing. They jumped on the train near a school and tennis court and the caller wanted an extra eye on the area. This happened around 7 p.m. on June 23.

3:30 p.m. – William Donovan called from his cell phone to report a car with its four doors open and parked at the river with a man standing by it. Donovan did not know if the car was going to roll into the river or not. Sergeant Ray Burton checked the area with no luck as the car was gone on arrival.

4:06 p.m. – Ashraf Moursi called from his cell phone at Medfield State Hospital on 45 Hospital Rd. to report when he was at the railroad crossing on Hospital Road, there was a boy there trying to jump on to the tail end of the train coming up to Medfield Square. Officer Grover reported no one was around the crossing at Hospital Road. There were cars parked off to the side of the road and sergeant Burton and officer Sallale checked the train at the West Street crossing but there was no one riding the train at that time. Officer Sallale spoke with Moursi. Officer Sallale was also enroute to speak with a party at 86 Adams St. Situation was cleared.

5:23 p.m. – Man reported he lost an iPad that was in an otterbox case somewhere between North Meadows Road and Sherborn. He asked if it was located to call him.

6:05 p.m. – Individual from North Street came into the station and spoke with Sergeant Burton about one of her neighbors having a tree company remove some trees from their property and at the same time the neighbor had them remove some of her trees from her back yard and she wanted to file a civil complaint.

8:16 p.m. – Officer Wayne Sallale was out with a motor vehicle stop in front of Precision Alignment at 270 Main St. Sallale requested a tow for the vehicle because the Medfield resident operating the vehicle, of Jacob Cushman Drive was operating after revocation of registration and uninsured motor vehicle. The driver was issued a summons on both charges.

9:51 p.m. – Woman called from her cell phone to report her son was in a motor vehicle crash with no personal injury on Causeway Street. Officer Wayne Sallale requested tow and ambulance on scene. Medfield EMT reported no transport necessary and cleared the scene at 10:11 p.m. Assured Collision towing had the car at 11:27 p.m. and the scene was cleared.

Saturday, June 25:

3:54 a.m. – 911 caller reported a motor vehicle collision near 643 Main St. Officers were notified and box alarm was struck because the car was leaking gas. Assured Collision towing was notified. One person was taking to Norwood Hospital. Officers searched for an individual’s missing wallet but could not find it. Parents of individual who lost wallet were notified at 5:54 a.m.

4:14 a.m. – Caller asked for a well-being check on his ex-wife at South Street. He had a strange call from a man who was asking questions about his kids. Sergeant Burgess notified Norfolk Police. Norfolk Police reported no problem at 4:38 a.m. and that the individual was not home. Woman lives in Littleton.

5:17 a.m.  –Millis Police reported they had a box truck hit a tree and took off. The truck should have heavy front-end damage and was possibly heading down Route 109 towards Medfield. Millis Police called back t cancel the Bolo (be on the lookout) request.

8:12 a.m. – Woman from Charlesdale Road called emergency 911 to request an ambulance because her 10-year-old son had a cut to his ear. EMT responded and at 8:30 a.m. reported no transport was necessary.

9:05 a.m. – Man from Rhododendron Avenue came into the station and spoke with officer Larz Anderson about some money that was stolen from him and suspected it possibly could be one of his old employees. The man is the owner of Custom Copper and Slate at 106 Adams St.

5:43 p.m.  – 911 caller from Laurel Drive reported her husband passed out in the bathroom and that he had a drinking problem. Officers responded and patient was taken to Norwood Hospital.

8:14 p.m. – 911 caller reported she would like an ambulance for her mother who fell at Noon Hill Road. The mother is 84 years old and the woman requested transport to Newton Wellesley Hospital.

8:23 p.m. – 911 caller reported her sister hurt her arm at Orchard Street and would like an ambulance to check her out. Millis notified.

9:39 p.m. – Caller reported a group of kids in front of 11 Pine Grove Road yelling. Officers notified and report was filed.

11:33 p.m. – Caller reported his car was off the road on Main Street between the center and the Millis line. Officer Christine DiNatale requested a tow truck to the scene and the car was removed at 11:56 p.m.

11:47 p.m. – Dover Police reported a disabled motor vehicle at North Street and Deerfield Street. Officer Daniel Pellegrini reported he was coming in with John Spence, 20, of Scituate for protective custody. Dakota Novak came into the station at 6:05 a.m. to pick up John Spence.

Sunday, June 26:

7:14 a.m. – Woman who lives on Cheney Pond Road called to report a tree on the power line on High Street by the Walpole town line. NSTAR was notified. Desk officer received a large number of calls and people coming into the station to report the same. Desk officer notified Medfield Fire to take a look at the tree. Medfield Fire reported it was a very large tree on pole 47/84 and desk officer notified NSTAR again. Walpole Fire reported NSTAR was on the scene at 10:03 a.m. NSTAR called and asked to see an officer at 116 High St. Detail officer was needed to stand by until tree company arrived to scene. At 10:45 a.m. Sergeant Wilhelmi requested road closed signs as Route 27 will have to be closed. The tree was too big and almost all the way across Route 27. Bob Kennedy was notified and closed down the road. Two detail officers responded. The problem NSTAR and the tree company were facing was that if the tree went, the power lines and NSTAR poles would go with it and would possibly take out more poles. The road was closed at 11:29 a.m. and two details officers were in place. Medfield Fire notified at 12:58 p.m. the tree company for NSTAR was on the scene. At 2:33 p.m. Route 27 (High Street) was reopened.

11:52 a.m. – Sergeant Wilhelmi reported he was out with a motor vehicle crash on North Meadows Road at West Street with no personal injury. Wilhelmi requested a two truck for one vehicle. Officer Larz Anderson requested a tow truck as well. Medfield Ambulance responded to the scene but reported no transport. Officer Grover gave one person a ride home to Sherborn. Officer Anderson gave two people a ride to Grove Street. Assured Collision reported they had the vehicles at 12:27 p.m.

12:30 p.m. – Tippy O’Reilly of 198 North St. came into the station to report she had an injured deer beside her house in the back that has to be put down and removed if possible. Animal Control Officer was notified and responded to scene.

1:11 p.m. – John E. Behn of 12 Kaymark Dr. came into the station to report he had not had any power all day. Desk officer notified NSTAR.

1:47 p.m. – Sergeant Wilhelmi reported the blue light in cruiser 331 was not working.

2:01 p.m. – Cynthia R Stewart-Laakos of 60 Bridge St. reported to Animal Control that she had a skunk that was going after her chicken and that the skunk is locked in her chicken coop. Animal Control officer spoke with Stewart-Laakos.

2:41 p.m. – Caller requested an ambulance for his son. Patient was transported from Pleasant Street to Newtown Wellesley Hospital.

3:01 p.m. – Caller reported kids were running out of the hall and around her porch at Wilkens Glen Road. Officer spoke to the caller.

4:46 p.m. – Man came into the station to report he lost his black wallet at the gas station near Dunkin’ Donuts on Main Street.

5:12 p.m. – Caller reported she had a stray dog. Message left for Animal Control.

5:48 p.m. – Caller reported a motor vehicle accident with a bike and car. One taken to Norwood Hospital.

Monday, June 27:

5 a.m. – Medfield Fire Department reported it would be going to Pine Grove Road for an ambulance run.

9:03 a.m. – Fire Department reported a motor vehicle accident on Johns Avenue and Lowell Mason Road. Officer Michelle Bento reported information was exchanged.

9:39 a.m. – Animal Control reported she was enroute to North Street for an injured deer. At 9:56 a.m. officer reported deer was not found.

10:31 a.m. – Animal Control officer reported she was out on a bird call.

3 p.m. – Caller reported a small dog on South Street with no one around. Animal Control responded but dog was gone on arrival.

3:20 p.m. – Christopher Gilbert of 58 Orchard ST. called to speak to Animal Control officer about a hawk attacking him and his family. Animal Control called back to speak with Gilbert.

3:47 p.m. – Officer Kearns issued a citation during a motor vehicle stop at South Street and Noon Hill Road.

5:18 p.m. – Jamie Zapata of 12 Evergreen Way called to report she had a lost dog in her yard. Animal Control notified and reported the dog was back home at 8 Evergreen Way.

5:23 p.m. – A 26-year-old Norwood man was issued a summons for no inspection sticker and unlicensed operation of motor vehicle during a motor vehicle stop on Brook Street and Main Street. Officer Paul Kearns requested a tow truck.

7:57 p.m. – Caller reported an electrical box opened on Brook Street at Wilkens Glen Road. Officer Kearns reported box was open and NSTAR was notified.

Tuesday, June 28:

9:29 a.m. – Caller reported an elderly man had fallen at Nebo Street. Ambulance was enroute to Natick.

11:22 a.m. – Animal Control officer reported she was assisting a resident with their old dog.

4:37 p.m. – Officer reported out with a disabled motor vehicle on Route 27 at South Street. Tow truck was enroute.

4:52 p.m. – Officer James O’Neil was out on a motor vehicle stop on Main Street outside of the Noon Hill Grill. At 5:15 p.m. officer O’Neil reported he was headed back to the station with Amarildo Dasilva, 30, of 40 Cumber St., Framingham under arrest on charges of operating after revocation of registration, operating an uninsured motor vehicle and revoked right to operate, operating after subsequent offense. Dasilva’s vehicle was towed and he made bail at 7 p.m. Sergeant Mayer gave Dasilva a ride back to Noon Hill Grill.

5:17 p.m. – Sergeant Mayer reported he was told there was a canoe with three females on Kingsbury Pond. One female fell out and the other two girls were trying to get her back in the canoe. Officer checked on this situation. The Fire Department reported it had this same call last week. Officer reported he would be checking the area and the other side of the pond, where the canoe is, on Grist Mill Road. Officer spoke to home owner at 8 Grist Mill Rd. and she reported the girls were jumping out of the canoe with life jackets on. Officer was clear.

6:20 p.m. – Two calls came in reporting a motor vehicle collision on Route 27 near the dump on North Meadows Rd. Ambulance responded but no transport was necessary. Officer Pellegrini reported he was enroute back to the station with one under arrest. Carlos Reis, 25, of 46 Union St. Apt. #7, Framingham was arrested on charges of negligent operation of motor vehicle, unlicensed operation of motor vehicle and marked lanes violation. Officer reported about 100 yards past the transfer station was damage to the guardrail due to the van.

10:48 p.m. – Jessica Tsebeszis called to report she was out with a lost dog on Green Street. Officer and Animal Control officer notified. Animal Control reported they had the dog and brought it to the shelter.

Wednesday, June 29:

5:15 a.m. – Man from 59 Frairy St. called emergency 911 and was not talking; desk officer could only hear heavy breathing. Officer and emergency response notified. Man started talking after awhile and said he fell and needed help up. He would also like to go to Glover Hospital. Sergeant Fabbo requested box 421 be struck and first responders reported they needed help getting into the apartment. Medfield Fire Chief William Kingsbury reported he gained access.

7:56 a.m. – Officer reported he was out on Harding Street at Maryln Road for radar duty.

1:40 p.m. – Caller reported she had a problem with her dog. She would like the Animal Control Officer to help her. Animal Control notified and reported she would handle.

3:58 p.m. – Caller reported she had a chipmunk in her house and she would like some help from the Animal Control Officer. Desk officer notified Animal Control and she reported she was enroute to the state lab and she would call the subject about the chipmunk.

3:59 p.m. – Caller reported a large tree down on the corner of Rustic and Nebo Streets. Officer reported he just went past the address and the tree was on the caller’s property and not in the road.

5:04 p.m. – Individual came into the station to report a motor vehicle collision at the transfer station. A trailer rolled into her car. Officer Anderson spoke to her.

6:15 p.m. – Animal Control assisted homeowner with chipmunk in house. Chipmunk was back and caller reported she had two small chipmunks. Animal Control assisting.

7:37 p.m. – Caller reported a disabled motor vehicle on South Street at Westview Road. Officer notified and reported vehicle was gone on arrival.

9:12 p.m. – Caller reported while her 7-year-old son was riding his bike on Longmeadow Road, a Jehovah Witness was trying to put a flyer in his shirt pocket. She did not think that they should be going up to kids and trying to put information in their pockets. She wanted it logged.

Thursday, June 30:

12:44 a.m. - Sergeant Burgess reported a disabled motor vehicle on North Meadows Road by the range. The vehicle was out of gas and someone was coming with gas.

6:02 a.m. – Man from Frairy Street came in with a rifle he found in front of his house. Officer LaPlante spoke to the man. 

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