Thursday, March 21, 2013
Five teens were caught in the house of a classmate who said they could use the house while his parents were out of town.
On Saturday, March 16, the Medfield Police received a call at 10:15 p.m. from a resident of Homestead Drive. Patch reported on March 20 that the caller said his neighbors were out of town but he saw kids in the house, possibly having a party. The following are notes from the detailed police report. Note: The names of the youths have not been released as it is unclear whether they had permission to be in the house. The investigation is ongoing; charges may still be filed. On Saturday, March 16 around 10:15 p.m., two Medfield police officers -- Wayne Sallale and Eric Pellegrini -- arrived at a Homestead Drive house where they saw multiple interior lights on and a car in the driveway. As both police officers approached the front door of …
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
The public is invited to the fire station tonight to hear plans for a new public safety facility and to engage the public in the process.
The Medfield Permanent Building Committee will be having a public presentation/design forum tonight (Monday, Feb. 4) at 6 p.m. at the fire station. The primary purpose of this public presentation/design forum is to engage residents about the future of the police/fire facilities. They will also discuss the broader master plan for the municipal district within which it currently resides including the Dale Street School and the Pfaff Center (Park and Recreation building). The discussion will be lead by members of the Permanent Building Committee and the architectural firm HKT Architects. There will be a public tour of the facility after the meeting. **In case of inclement weather ‐ check the Town of Medfield website for cancellation …
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Animal Control is looking for a "gray dog with black spots" that was in the Winter Street area in Medfield as a young boy got off the school bus on Dec. 19.
On the afternoon of Dec. 19, a young was bitten by a dog as he got off the school bus on Winter Street in Medfield. The town's Animal Control Officer continues to look for the dog to check it for rabies. The boy described the animal as "a gray dog with black spots." If you have any information that could help locate this dog, please contact Animal Control Officer Jennifer Shaw at 508-359-2315 or attach a comment to this story.
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
With precipitation slowing down, concern shifts to icy roads and walkways around Medfield.
Wednesday's portion of this week's two-day storm has brought a nasty mix of sleet and rain in addition to the 9.25 inches of snow that has fallen on town, causing roads and walkways to freeze over as temperatures drop. Medfield Chief of Police Robert E. Meaney Jr. said the snow covered roads became packed snow with ice Wednesday morning, causing dangerous driving conditions. "The driving was very dangerous for a couple hours until the DPW could scrape, salt and sand the roads," Meaney said. "Even now some of the roads without a lot of traffic are very slick." Wednesday's high temperature for the day was expected to reach around 33 degrees, according to the National Weather Service, but those temperatures are expected to fall rapidly, into …
Sunday, December 19, 2010
Highlights from daily police and fire logs.
Tuesday, Dec. 14: 10:58 a.m. – Caller reported 90-year-old woman may have been having a stroke at the senior center. The woman was taken by ambulance to Norwood Hospital. 11:23 a.m. – Man called from Milford Regional Hospital to find out where his car was towed Monday. 11:47 a.m. – 911 caller from CVS reported she misdialed. Officer verified and confirmed misdial. 12:35 p.m. – Resident at 4 Seneca reported he found a white and tan dog. 1:18 p.m. – Silent 911 call was received from Medfield High School. On call back school reported no problem that they were aware of. Officer checked school and nothing was found. 2:15 p.m. – Individual walked in to station to report a disturbance that had occurred on Kenney Road in the residence. Officer …