Police Log: Stolen Jewelry, Police Escort, Arrest for License Suspended for Child Support

Here's a look at the Medfield safety log from Nov. 17 and Nov. 18.

Saturday, November 17

7:35 a.m., Harding Street. Walk-in report from a woman who said some jewelry was stolen from her house. The woman said she had had some people working inside her house. Police spoke to those people.  

10:15 a.m., Hospital Road. E911 caller reported a motor vehicle accident with person injury. Medfield police and fire departments responded. A state vehicle (2005 Chevy Astro) was towed from the scene.

10:49 a.m., Causeway Street. Walk-in report of a work crew with no cones working on Causeway Street; she felt it was unsafe. Police found the vehicles had cleared the road. 

4:13 p.m., Main Street. Police pulled over a vehicle on Main Street. They then arrested Timothy Michael Weir, 48, of Westwood and charged him with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license (for non-payment of child support), and defective equipment. 

5:56 p.m., Spring Street. Caller reported a man walked out of St. Edward's Church fell and hit his head and was bleeding. Medfield Fire responded but the man refused treatment. 

6:09 p.m., Main Street. Chief Meaney requested an escort for the girls soccer team (who won the state D2 soccer championship) from the Millis line to the Medfield High School. Medfield police and fire departments responded. 

Sunday, November 18

8:19 a.m., 9:58 a.m., 12:12 p.m., Spring Street. Police helped with traffic control at St. Edward's Church.

8:45 a.m., Prentiss Place. Caller said their water was frozen.

9:02 a.m., North Street. Caller reported she had no water.

9:14 a.m., North Street. An officer injured his hand while checking a department vehicle.

9:40 a.m., Pound Street. E911 caller said her father isn't responding. Medfield Fire responded and took the patient to Norwood Hospital.

11:43 a.m., Johns Avenue. Caller requested an ambulance because she does not feel well. Medfield police and fire departments responded. Medfield transported the patient to Norwood Hospital.

2:19 p.m., High Street. Walk-in report of a hitch hiker on High Street walking toward Medfield. Police responded but found the man was still in Walpole's jurisdiction. Walpole police responded. 

4:10 p.m., Pilgrim Lane. Walk-in report of identity theft.

5:09 p.m., Johns Avenue. E911 accidental call. When police called back, the female party hung up. Police found everything was fine here.

5:30 p.m., Caller reported erratic operation of a four-door sedan (red 2012 Ford Fiesta) on Route 27 southbound near Route 1A in Walpole. Walpole police investigated.

6:18 p.m., Main Street. Officer Sallale found a wallet belonging to a Rockport, Maine, man at Medfield Crossing. 

7:02 p.m., North Meadows Road and West Street. Caller reports erratic operation of a motor vehicle. Police responded.

7:23 p.m., Medway. Medway Police issued a BOLO (be on look-out) for a 79-year old man, with severe dementia, driving a vehicle. This call was then cancelled at 10:19 p.m. when the man was found safe in Charlton. 

7:34 p.m., South Street. E911 caller reported a man had fallen and cut his head; he now has a laceration above the eye. Police observed that both caller and patient were drunk. They refused transport to the hospital. 


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