Police Log: House Break on Lowell Mason Road, Teen With No Jacket

Here's a glance at the Medfield safety log for Dec. 10 and Dec. 11.

Monday, Dec. 10

1:25 a.m., Main Street. Fire alarm sounded at United Church of Christ. Medfield Fire investigated.

6:09 a.m., West Street. Lifeline reports a female who fell and hit her head and is bleeding. Medfield Fire took victim to Needham.

6:18 a.m., Pound Street. Caller reported he left for work and he thinks he might have left a candle burning inside his Tilden Village apartment. Police said the candle is out.

8:48 a.m., Mutual Aid. Dover requested an ambulance at the Dover Middle School for as student at the nurse's office. 

2:39 p.m., Green Street and Newport Lane. Burglar alarm sounded in this area. 

5:07 p.m., Spring Street. Caller reported a car accident near the Irving gas station. Wrecker needed.

5:38 p.m., Dale Street. Officer called in to say he would be standing by while a driver of a disabled motor vehicle changed a tire at Dale and Grove Streets.

6:49 p.m., Cranmore Road. E911 caller reported her child was choking on a piece of bread, she spit it up and now is crying. Medfield Police and Medfield Fire responded. No ambulance was necessary. 

Tuesday, Dec. 11

6:29 a.m., Pederzini Drive. Alarm company reports an alarm sounding at this house. Police found the house secure.

7:49 a.m., Spring Street. Caller asked for police assistance as he is at the Irving gas station to repossess a car. The vehicle was repossessed and police gave the Norfolk driver and his child a ride home. 

8:07 a.m., North Meadows Road. Medfield Fire reported they were on their way to Medfield Country Village to check on a report of no power to the building. NStar was notified. 

9:55 a.m, Lowell Mason Road. Caller asked to see an officer because her house was broken into on Dec. 7 and she was about to meet with her insurance company. 

11:40 a.m., Indian Hill Road and South Street. Caller reported a two-vehicle crash with minor personal injury. Medfield Fire responded, no transport needed. A wrecker was called to tow a 2007 Acura and a 2009 Nissan. 

4:35 p.m., Lantern Lane. E911 misdialed number. Police called the number back and spoke to a small child who stated that nobody called 911. Dispatcher told her that a police officer was coming by to speak with her. Police spoke with the child and an adult and everything is okay.

7:30 p.m., Johns Avenue. Caller reported that at about 6 p.m. today, her door bell rang and a male subject in his 20s told her he was selling windows. He had gone to the side door and not the front door. She told him she was all set and he left the area. She wanted it logged.

8:55 p.m., Meade Avenue. Caller reported that at about 6 p.m. today, a man came to her door selling windows. Her husband asked for a business card or any kind of paperwork but they did not have any. The man was in his 20s. 

11:16 p.m., Main Street. Caller reported a young teenage girl walking down Route 109 near Causeway Street not wearing a jacket. The caller gave her a jacket. The girl lived in Millis. Gone on arrival. 


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