Police Log: Harassment, Fires, Car Accidents, and More.

Here's a look at the Medfield safety log for Dec. 3 and Dec. 4.

Monday, Dec. 3

7:09 a.m., 2:07 p.m., Pound Street. Police were helping with school traffic at Pound Street and Robert Sproul Road.

7:55 a.m., North Street. Detail officer reports a strong smell of gas in the area of 152 North Street which is where there was a problem on Friday. Columbia Gas was called to the scene. A detour was set until Columbia could correct the problem which was about 12:30 p.m.

8:56 a.m., Colonial Road. Lifeline Systems called to request an ambulance for a resident who had fallen and hurt his back. He was taken to Needham Hospital.

9:02 p.m., Miller Street. Police provided a funeral escort to the Walpole town line. 

9:40 a.m., Park Street. Police were out with a car parked at the coal bins off Park Street and no one around vehicle. The owner came back as someone in Medway. The man returned and there was no problem with him or his vehicle.

11:50 a.m., Indian Hill Road. Police helped a resident with a restraining order. Police then sought a summons for the arrest of a 46-year-old Medfield man for criminal harassment. 

2:07 p.m., Adams Street. Caller reported her neighbor's house alarm was going off. Police checked the house and found it secure.

4:33 p.m. to 10:23 p.m., Pleasant Street. Police tried to serve a restraining order on a resident but he was not home. 

7:07 p.m., Pound Street. Received an E911 hang up call. On call-back, no one answered. At 7:25 p.m., a woman called to request an ambulance because her grandmother as not feeling well.  Police determined that all was in order at that time.

9:22 p.m., Frairy Street. Caller said that someone broke into her home sometime between 3:30 p.m. and 4:45 p.m. The resident said her clothes were everywhere in her bedroom and taken was some medication and some money. 

10:49 p.m., Sanders Way. E911 caller reported that his girlfriend is drunk and is at the McDonald's in Millis. Police transferred the caller to Millis Police. 

Wednesday, Dec. 4

7:10 a.m., Pleasant Street. Police tried again to serve the restraining order obtained the previous day. They tried several times. The man called into the station around noon to say he was out of town, and the police served him over the phone. The man came into the police station at 3:10 p.m. and he was served with the papers at that time. 

7:13 a.m., Pound Street. Police were helping with school traffic at Pound Street and Robert Sproul Road. 

10:06 a.m., Elm Street. E911 caller requested an ambulance for her husband who was having trouble breathing. He was taken to Norwood Hospital.

10:09 a.m., Main Street. Caller asked police to conduct a well-being check on a girl who might be suicidal. Police officers spoke with the girl who said she was okay. Her mother was on the way to stay with her.

11:34 a.m., South Street. Caller reported smoke from under the front staircase of this address. Fire Chief Bob Meaney reported it as not a fire but was just the dryer vent.

2:28 p.m., Main Street. E911 caller said his wife was sitting in ther vehicle by the traffic lights at Shaw's Market and was having chest pains. Medfield Fire took the patient to Norwood Hospital. 

2:50 p.m., Granite Street. Walpole Police requested that Medfield block our Granite Street at their Ketteridge Street because they have a gas leak. 

3:33 p.m., North Street. Walk-in report of a car fire on North Street at Frairy Street. Wrecker called for a 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix.

3:56 p.m., Adams Street. E911 caller reported a fire in the building but they could not see it. They vacated the building. 

4:43 p.m., Spring Street. Police were out with a minor motor vehicle accident with no car damage.

7:30 p.m., Pederzini Drive. E911 caller requested the police at her house because "her son and daughter-in-law are out of control." The son has an active warrant on him. 

8:06 p.m., Green Street. E911 caller requested an ambulance for his wife who was having a seizure. Medfield Fire and Millis were called for mutual aid. Millis took the woman to Norwood Hospital. 


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