Wednesday, Dec. 19
1:55 a.m., Hartford Street. Caller said he saw a bear walk across Hartford Street near Route 109. Gone on arrival.
8:28 a.m., Main Street. Caller reported his daughter lost her wallet in the Shaw's parking lot on Dec. 18.
10:38 a.m., Adams Street. Caller asked for the Animal Control officer because he has an owl that has been sitting in his back yard all morning.
10:43 a.m., Granite Street. E911 caller said there was a loud noise in her basement and now her house is filling up with smoke. Medfield Fire said the oil furnace was backfiring.
10:47 a.m., Spring Street. Caller asked for an ambulance for someone who has a very bad cold. Millis Ambulance was asked to respond and took the patient to Leonard Morse Hospital.
11:37 a.m., North Meadows Road. Police discovered a vehicle parked on the side of the road between the transfer station and the police range with no one around. The vehicle was towed.
12:40 p.m., Frairy Street. State Police transferred an E911 call from a woman who may have been fighting with another woman. At 12:41 p.m., a male caller called back to say he made the 911 call by accident and does not need police. Medfield Police report peace is restored.
1:25 p.m., High Street and South Street. Caller reported an erratic driver going north on Route 27. Caller followed the vehicle until the other car took a right onto West Street. Police checked the area and streets with no luck.
2:47 p.m., Spring Valley Road. Caller asked for an ambulance for a child who is having chest pains. Medfield Fire took the patient to Norwood Hospital.
2:47 p.m., Winter Street. Caller said her son was attacked by a dog. Animal Control was notified.
5:23 p.m., Cross Street. Caller requested a well-being check on someone in the area. Police found there is no problem at this time.
6:15 p.m., police station. Walk-in request to hold a hand gun at the station for safe keeping.
7:24 p.m., Clayton Street. E911 caller asked for an ambulance for his mother who was on the bathroom floor. No transport was necessary.
Thursday, Dec. 20
9:06 a.m., Winter Street. Walk-in report of a suspicious brown van, with a man in it, sitting on Winter Street near Pine Street. Gone on arrival.
11:07 a.m., Frairy Street. Police issued a citation for marijuana to the driver of a Honda Accord. No further information available at press time.
1:08 p.m., Cross Street and Elm Street. Caller reported she is out walking her dog and there is a suspicious PT Cruiser with Rhode Island plates driving around the area. Police discovered it was two men who are working on a house on the street.
2:01 p.m., police station. Verizon was into the station to work on the E911 computer.
2:45 p.m., Tannery Drive. A probation officer from Dedham District Court reported that someone had walked away from his residential program and the probation officer would be obtaining a warrant for the resident. At 3:11 p.m., the warrants (for violating a restraining order) were issued. At 4:30 p.m., the probation officer called back to say they thought the man was in Norwood and Norwood Police would pick up the man. At 7 p.m., the man was picked up. On Dec. 21 at 11:40 a.m., the probation officer said the man turned himself into the residential program and the warrants were cancelled.
4:02 p.m., Main Street. Caller reported a car accident between a 2012 Toyota pickup truck and a 2012 Toyota Camry.
4:06 p.m., Adams Street. Caller asked police to check on her son whom she was talking to when the phone went dead; he didn't answer when she called him back. When police arrived, the child was on the porch talking to his mother.
6:13 p.m., Wilkens Glen. Caller asked for an ambulance for her daughter who was having a seizure. Patient was taken to Norwood Hospital.
7:33 p.m., Harding Street. Walk-in report of a cat being hit on Harding Street; the cat might still be alive. Police said the cat died and will be removed in the morning.
10:23 p.m., Pound Street. Caller asked to speak with an officer because he thought someone had been in his house when he wasn't home; he thinks the person was in the house when his son was downstairs playing music and his daughter was upstairs. Police spoke with the man who thought his ex-wife had been in the house.