Here's a look at the police log for Thursday and Friday.
Thursday, May 16
6:09 a.m., Pound Street. Caller reported an alarm going off at the high school. All is okay.
7:54 a.m., Main and Pound Streets. Caller said she was just in a car accident at Main and Pound Streets involving a 2011 Honda CRV and a 2004 Toyota Corolla. Medfield Ambulance took one person to Norwood Hospital.
10:41 a.m., North Street. E911 caller reported a student has passed out. At 10:43 a.m., Chief Bill Kingsbury requested Westwood paramedics on scene for a young girl who may be having a seizure; that was cancelled at 10:56 a.m. Patient was taken to Norwood Hospital.
10:42 a.m., Hatters Hill Road. Police removed from the street a blue barrel with a sign on it stating "Slow, Children Playing." He said there is a similar barrel on Miller Street but that is off the road.
10:48 a.m., Adams Street. E911 caller from the Memorial School reported a student having a seizure. Westwood Ambulance took the child to Norwood Hospital.
4:59 p.m., Main Street. Traffic enforcement at Main and North Streets.
7:43 p.m., station. Walk-in report of a cell phone lost at McCarthy Park on Hospital Road.
9:04 p.m., Spring Street. Caller reported a black lab running in the middle of Spring Street by South Street. Gone on arrival.
9:46 p.m., Main Street. Caller said she fell and she needs help. Medfield Ambulance assisted her back to bed.
Friday, May 17
6:47 a.m., Bridge and Dale Streets. Traffic enforcement. Average speed 26-33 mph.
11:22 a.m., South Street. Walk-in report of a found credit card. Police contacted the owner, a South Street resident, who said he already had a new card reissued and then asked police to destroy the old one.
11:38 a.m., South Street. Caller reported several Millis students driving through the high school parking area operating recklessly. Police spoke with several students.
1:01 p.m., Nauset Street. A harassment prevention order was received by police and served in-hand at 1:55 p.m.
1:04 p.m., Main Street. Caller reported a window screen looked like someone tried to push it in. Police said it looked like it just fell off. Nothing was missing, no entry gained.
2:20 p.m., Harding Street. Caller reported two loose dogs. Caller located owner, Animal Control not needed.