Mansfield Police have released the following calls for Saturday, March 1
1:27 a.m. - Motor vehicle stop at Pratt Street and Bicentennial Court. Driver received a verbal warning for no headlights.
1:38 a.m. - Proactive building patrol at the train station on Crocker Street.
1:51 a.m. - Proactive building patrol at Cumberland Farms, 30 Chauncy St.
2:28 a.m. - Reports of a suspicious person, at the apartments at 14 Church St. Police located two individuals who reportedly hopped the fence to the rear of 14 Church St. Officers found individuals, and reported they were walking to a friend’s house in the area and should not have cut through the property.
2:49 a.m. - A Foxborough man was taken into protective custody after police received a call about a suspicious person sleeping in a car in the parking lot of the Tahana restaurant, 60 Oakland St.
8:17 a.m. - Police responded to reports of a vehicle sitting idle for over an hour with two men inside in the area of Union Street. Parties were resting after a party the night before and were on their way after speaking with police.
9:41 a.m. - Motor vehicle accident with injuries, 46 Chauncy Street.
10:50 a.m. - Resident reported a motor vehicle accident at the 4 Corners Citgo on South Main St. where the suspect left a note with a name and phone number after hitting the parked vehicle. Officer following up as suspect’s name seems misleading and may not be the true operator of the vehicle involved.
6:53 p.m. - Reports of a hit and run accident Catman Cafe, 16 Old Colony Way. A red Ford Fusion struck a pickup truck and then fled the area
7:01 p.m. - Proactive patrol at Mansfield Crossing, 280 School St.
11:19 p.m. - Reports of loud music coming from a Ware Street apartment. Party was spoken to and music turned down.
11:27 p.m. - Employees at Cibo Matto Caffe report they recognize a customer from Mass Most Wanted. They described the customer a Latino man with a teardrop tattoo under his left eye, a 617 tattoo on his neck and wearing a gray suit. Employees say he came into the restaurant, ordered a drink and then went back outside into a motor vehicle where he was speaking to another person. He then walked over to the Bank of America ATM and was picked up by a different motor vehicle. The employees did some research and found a man with the same description was wanted by Norwood Police for counterfeit charges. Officer reports employee checked the money and believe there is a counterfeit $20 bill. Information was passed along to detectives and the money was taken into evidence.Know a place that could use some police attention? Let us—and your neighbors and the police—know in comments below. Thanks!