Here's a look at the Medfield police log for Aug. 2 and Aug. 3.
Friday, August 2
1:04 a.m., Main Street. Building check of town hall.
5:32 a.m., 7:12 a.m., Causeway Street. Alarm company reports a burglar alarm activated. House is secure.
9:42 a.m., North Street. Alarm company reports a problem with the carbon monoxide detector. All clear.
12:26 p.m., Elm Street. Caller reported large tractor trailer trucks driving over Elm Street Bridge. Police spoke with the driver who said he didn't go over the bridge but backed up from Philip Street.
2:24 p.m., Main Street. E911 received an abandoned 911 call from CVS. Confirmed accidental.
Saturday, August 3
12:13 a.m., 1:07 a.m., 2:16 a.m., 3:45 a.m., 8:43 a.m., Causeway Street. Continued problem with alarm.
1:19 a.m., Longmeadow Road. Caller said a car (2008 Honda CRV) went speeding by him while he was out walking, and it didn't have its lights on. Gone on arrival.
2:53 a.m., Oak Street. An ambulance took a patient to Beth Israel in Needham.
4:35 a.m., Lowell Mason Road. Alarm company reported a burglar alarm activated. House secure.
6:31 a.m., North Street. Alarm company reported a burglar alarm activated. House secure.
9 a.m., Stoneybrook Road. Caller reported a skunk in his garage. Animal Control was notified.
9:19 a.m., Tamarack Road. Ambulance took patient to Leonard Morse Hospital in Natick.
12:51 p.m., North Meadows Road. Caller reported his cell phone was taken from his vehicle behind Papa Gino's.
1:05 p.m., Frairy Street. Caller reported a car parked in a bad spot. Vehicle is okay for now.
5:15 p.m., North Street. Someone found a dog and turned it into the police station. The owner's brother picked up the dog.
6:25 p.m., Wilkens Glen. E911 caller reported a family disturbance over custody of children. Peace restored.
9:05 p.m., Lavendar Street. Caller from Millis said he found a small white dog on Main Street in Medfield. He was told to call Millis police.
10:07 p.m., Green Street. Police removed a group of kids who were swimming at Hinkley Pond.
10:46 p.m., Hospital Road. Medfield State Hospital security guard told police someone called him about kids who parked on Longmeadow Road and walked onto the property. Police said the kids were deep in the woods.