Passed Out at Post Office, Screaming Neighbors, Millis Fire, and More

Here's a closer look at the Medfield police log.

Toys for Tots can be dropped off at Medfield Police Station through Dec. 14, 2013. Credit: Theresa Knapp.
Toys for Tots can be dropped off at Medfield Police Station through Dec. 14, 2013. Credit: Theresa Knapp.
The following information was provided by the Medfield Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Here is a look at the Medfield safety logs for Nov. 28. and Nov. 29. 

Thursday, Nov. 28 -- Thanksgiving

1:12 a.m., North Street. Police noticed a suspicious vehicle in the post office parking lot "with a female subject passed out in it." A tow truck was called and the 21-year-old Milton woman was taken into protective custody and later picked up by her mother.  

10:36 a.m., South Street. Detail officer radioed the station from Thanksgiving Day football game to ask for an ambulance for a female party who has passed out. Medfield Ambulance responded; no transport needed.

6:44 p.m., Orchard Street. Caller said he can hear people screaming and engines racing near Orchard and Causeway Streets. Gone on arrival.

Friday, Nov. 29

2:05 p.m., High Street and Turner Hill Road. Caller said he was just hit in a car accident. They exchanged information and were on their way. 

3:04 p.m., Adams Street. Caller said he noticed a man at a business on Adams Street who looked like he didn't belong there. He observed a male in his 50s, long hair, scruffy looking, driving a gray beat up pickup (possible Dodge). Police found the man who was getting items from a storage unit he rents there.

3:16 p.m., mutual aid. Millis Fire asked for assistance with a working fire on Island Road in Millis. 

6:02 p.m., Main Street. Police stopped a vehicle on Main Street and discovered the driver was wanted on an outstanding warrant. Lauren E. Stivaletta, 24 of 52 Claire Drive in Stoughton, was brought in for an outstanding warrant from Boston District Court. 

8:07 p.m., Cottage Street. E911 caller said her husband was choking but then cleared it. Police heard the man talking in the background. No service necessary.

9:16 p.m., Cypress Street. E911 caller said her young son ingested something that was giving him an allergic reaction. She gave him a shot with the Epi pen. Medfield Ambulance responded. The boy's face and lips were somewhat swollen. He was taken to Norwood Hospital. 

9:32 p.m., Hillcrest Road. Caller said someone rang her doorbell and then took off. A neighbor on Ledgetree said the same thing happened to him. Caller said they saw a group of young kids. Nothing found.

10:17 p.m., Pleasant Street. Police discovered a makeshift roadblock on Pleasant Street and removed it. 

11:19 p.m., Trailside Road. E911 caller reported kids yelling in the backyard at the corner of Trailside Road and Valley Road. Nothing found. 


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