Police Logs: 11 Youths Removed from State Hospital Property and Warrant Arrest

Highlights from Medfield police and fire logs from May 29 to June 5.

Tuesday, May 29:

9:52 a.m. (General offenses) – Report of a transformer blown in the area of South Street and Juniper Lane. Fire Department reported dump truck took down house service wire that was still on the truck. NSTAR was notified.

Wednesday, May 30:

8:59 a.m. (Ambulance run) – Woman called from Medfield High School to request the ambulance for a young girl who had passed out in the girls’ locker room. Patient was transported to Norwood Hospital at 9:19 a.m.

9:27 a.m. (Animal complaint) – Man from Preservation Way called to request the Animal Control officer. Man had a turtle in his pool and wanted it removed as soon as possible.

11:59 a.m. (Assist a citizen) – General manager of the Kingsbury Club came into the station with a copy of a letter of disinvite to the 42-year-old Curve Street resident who allegedly cut down a 25-foot tree on the property on May 27.

6:33 p.m. (Weapons violation) – Man came into the station to report while he was on a walk in the wooded area south of Route 27 near the Sherborn town line he found .22 rifle shells and a long bow target with arrows stuck in it near the old Route 27 access road.

10:02 p.m. (Noise complaint) – 911 caller reported a noise complaint, saying somebody is on a tractor in the field by the state hospital property making a lot of noise. Officer searched the area with no luck of locating the tractor.

Thursday, May 31:

3:19 a.m. (Ambulance run) – Man from Village Way called to request the ambulance for his two-year-old daughter having difficulty breathing. Ambulance transported patient to Norwood Hospital.

2:59 p.m. (Fire alarm) – Woman called from her cell phone at 607 Wilkens Glen Rd. to request the Medfield Fire Department for smoke in the unit.

5:11 p.m. (Vehicle accident with personal injury) – Officer reported he was out with a motor vehicle crash with personal injury at Main Street and Janes Avenue. It was a motor vehicle versus a child. Ambulance was requested on scene. EMT reported the scene was clear and no transportation was needed.

7:17 p.m. ( Mischief) – Sergeant Burton reported he was out at Varney Brothers Concrete off of West Mill Street with some kids at the top of the sand pits. Reported there was no further problem and the kids were on their way.

7:27 p.m. (Disturbance) – A couple from Adams Street came into the station and requested to speak to an officer about a problem they are having with their 17-year-old teenager. The teen reportedly did some damage to the inside of their home and he took off.

8:08 p.m. (Disturbance) – Woman called from her cell phone to request the police for her brother on Winter Street. Woman said there was a fight in the house and a lot of damage was done inside the home.

8:28 p.m. (Assist another agency) – Officer Paul Zorzi called from the Norwood Police Department to report he was talking to a man from Sanders Way at Norwood Hospital. The man was shot by a BB or pellet gun.

Friday, June 1:

2:36 p.m. (Miscellaneous complaint) – Officer reported some damage to cruiser.

4:13 p.m. (Animal complaint) – Caller reported she had an injured cat with no collar on Oriole Road. Animal Control officer responded.

8:54 p.m. (Suspicious vehicle) – Officer Sallale reported there were two suspicious vehicles parked and running near the Odyssey House on Hospital Road. Officer reported he found a third vehicle in the area. Officers removed all vehicles and 11 juveniles from the property. Officer reported the youths wanted to see what the haunted buildings looked like.  

Saturday, June 2:

6:44 p.m. (Ambulance run) – Man called from his cell phone on Causeway Street to request the ambulance for a 70-year-old man with bad stomach pains and would like him taken to the hospital. Ambulance transported man to Norwood Hospital.

9:09 p.m. (Noise complaint) – Caller reported fireworks or gunshots in the area of Cross Street. Officer reported nothing was found.

11:25 p.m. (Vehicle accident) – Caller reported he heard a loud crash outside, possible motor vehicle crash on Gun Hill Road. Officer reported the vehicle hit a fire hydrant. The Water Department shut the water to the hydrant off. Owner of the car changed the tire and was on his way.

11:34 p.m. (Noise complaint) – Caller from Walpole reported there was a loud house party on the last street in Medfield at the Walpole town line off Route 109. It is very loud. Officer reported they spoke to the homeowner on Birch Road. They will turn down the music.

Sunday, June 3:

9:01 a.m. (Miscellaneous complaint) – Officer reported there was some artwork outside of the Zullo Gallery (not vandalism).

12:45 p.m. (Disturbance) – Woman from Elm Street reported her 16-year-old daughter was out of control. Officer transported individual to Newton Wellesley Hospital. The 16-year-old was issued a court summons on an assault and battery charge.

8:30 p.m. (Motor vehicle stop) – Officer reported he was coming in with one under arrest after a motor vehicle stop on Harding at West Mill Streets. Francisco Galdos, 31, of 109 Blue Hill Ave., Roxbury, was arrested on a default warrant.

Monday, June 4:

7:37 a.m. (Ambulance run) – Caller reported a 50-year-old man has food poisoning. Patient was transported to Norwood Hospital.

6:26 p.m. (Ambulance run) – Caller requested ambulance for a woman having a seizure. Patient transported to Norwood Hospital.

9:29 p.m. (Fire alarm) – Medfield Fire Department responded to an alarm on Pine Street for something burning in the basement.

Tuesday, June 5:

9:54 a.m. (Suspicious activity) – Woman called from work at Mass Bay to report she received a call at work from her home in Medfield at Charlesdale Road. There should not be anyone home. Officer reported he was out with an open door in the back of the house. Officers checked the house and reported all was in order. 


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