Shoplifting, Mysterious Van and Man in Baseball Hat, Wallet Stolen from Post Office (maybe)

Here's a glance at the Medfield safety log for Feb. 4 and Feb. 5.

Monday, Feb. 4

4:28 a.m., Indian Hill Road. Caller reported a car parked at the end of the road at South Street. Police said the man is picking someone up in the neighborhood.

9:57 a.m., Country Way. Caller reported a suspicious vehicle -- light gray paneled minivan -- in the area with a male driver wearing a baseball cap. Gone on arrival.

10:44 a.m., Kenney Road. Caller said her doctor would like her taken to the hospital because she might have a blood clot. Medfield Ambulance took her to Metrowest Natick.

11:19 a.m., Pine Street. Fire Chief said an ambulance was needed for a woman experiencing sharp pains in the neck. Westwood Ambulance responding. Transport refused.

11:50 a.m., Granite Street. Police responded to a family disturbance. Peace restored.

2:20 p.m., North Street. Walk-in report of a missing wallet. Man said it could have been stolen from his car when he was at the Post Office.

6:26 p.m., Main Street. Medfield Commons reported a shoplifting incident. Police responded and attempted to contact the person in question but was not able to do so. 

11:43 p.m., South Street. Traffic enforcement resulted in two verbal warnings.

Tuesday, Feb. 5

5:35 a.m., South Street. Traffic enforcement resulted in one citation.

6:47 a.m., Route 27 and West Street. Sherborn Police reported a car accident with property damage but no personal injury. Vehicles were a 2006 Dodge van (state vehicle) and a 2003 Honda Accord. Two wreckers called. 

8:39 a.m., High Street and Homestead Drive. Traffic enforcement; no violations.

2 p.m., Cole Drive. Walk-in report of larceny. 

4:49 p.m., West Roxbury. E911 caller from Cole Drive said she needed an ambulance to go to her mother's West Roxbury home for a heart problem. She was transferred to Boston; they will respond.

6:52 p.m., North Street. Police officer reported that roads are getting slippery and requested the Highway Department be notified.


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