Friday, Jan. 11
10:20 a.m., Main Street. Police pulled over a vehicle (1999 Ford Explorer) whose driver had a warrant out of Swansea for vehicle theft. Nicole Lee Medeiros, 31, of 103 Exchange Street, Apt. B, Millis, was arrested and charged with an outstanding warrant for larceny of a motor vehicle.
10:37 a.m., Miller Street. Funeral home requested an escort to the Millis town line.
1:59 p.m., Hearthstone Drive. E911 caller said her mother has fallen down and has a cut on her face; she is alert and talking. Patient taken to Needham Hospital.
2:19 p.m., South and Curve Streets. Traffic enforcement yielded one citation.
3:38 p.m., North Street. Caller reported kids on the pond behind the church on North Street and Frairy Street. Police removed nine kids from the ice.
4:07 p.m., Main Street. Police conducted a motor vehicle stop on Main Street near the Millis line. Police arrested Thomas M. LaRonga, 47, of 36 Grove Street, Bellingham, was arrested and charged with
- operating a motor vehicle with license suspended for OUI
- operating a motor vehicle with license supended (subsequent offense)
- license not in possession
4:58 p.m., Country Way. Medfield Fire responded to a fire alarm on Country Way for smoke in the house.
5:16 p.m., North and Farm Streets. Reports of a motor vehicle accident where a car and a deer were in a crash.
10:17 p.m., Spring Street. Walk-in request for a temporary restraining order.
Saturday, Jan. 12
7:50 a.m., Longmeadow Road. Caller reported an injured deer in her back yard. Deer ran off.
9:12 a.m., Miller Street. Funeral home requested an escort from the funeral home at 8:45 a.m. to St. Edward's Church; and again, at 9:45 a.m. from the church to the Vine Lake Cemetery.
2:21 p.m., Hearthstone Drive. Caller asked for an ambulance for her elderly mother who just came home from the hospital and is weak and can't get up off the floor. No transport needed; just help getting up.
7 p.m. station. Fire tone and equipment test.
11:05 p.m., Foundry Street. Alarm company reported a problem, appears no one is home. Everything looks in order.