The following is an excerpt from the Westwood Police Log from Feb. 5-11. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty.
Mon., Feb. 5
2:18 p.m., police received a report of a fraudulent check passed at the Rockland Trust on High Street.
7:41 p.m., EMTs were dispatched to a home on Farm Lane for a carbon monoxide alarm.
Tue., Feb. 6
6 p.m., police responded to a motor vehicle accident at the Wegmans parking lot. A driver struck a light pole, though no one was injured.
8:22 p.m., police were called by a resident who a saw a suspicious male and female near the intersection of Crystal Hill Terrace and Mill Street. Both parties were wearing reflective vests and driving a white Sprinter van. No vehicle was found in the area.
Wed., Feb. 7
2:45 p.m., an elderly resident of Highland Glen Road was transported to Norwood Hospital for severe insomnia.
10:41 p.m., EMTs responded to a report of a fall at Highland Glen Road.
Thur., Feb. 8
3:10 p.m., a two-vehicle accident at Providence Highway was reported. One vehicle rear-ended a second at low speeds. No one was injured.
11:13 p.m., EMTs responded to a Medical Alert activation at a home on Highland Glen Road. It was determined to be an accidental activation.
Fri., Feb. 9
11:23 a.m., a vehicle driving through the parking lot at University Avenue struck a second one backing out of a space. No one was injured.
1:06 p.m., police responded to a shoplifting at University Avenue. The suspect could not be located.
Sat., Feb. 10
7:05 a.m., an 84-year-old resident of Hartford Street was transported to Norwood Hospital for dizziness and weakness.
5:35 p.m., EMTs responded to a medical emergency at the Porsche-Audi dealership on Route 1 for a customer not feeling well. They were transported to Norwood Hospital.
Sun., Feb. 11
10:41 a.m., a resident of High Street found damage to two front windows believed to be caused by a BB gun. They had heard something the night before, but could not determine noise.
2:02 p.m., EMTs were dispatched to a home on Chickadee Lane for a carbon monoxide alarm.