The following are incidents responded to by the Dedham Police Department, and where charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
- On Sept. 9, Dedham Police spoke with a female resident who said she was being harassed by a company calling themselves Capitol Asset Locators, allegedly out of South Carolina. They were calling her at least twice a day for more than a week saying she had a credit card in 2001 that had an overdue payment and there is a warrant for her arrest, and a subpoena to appear in court, according to a Dedham Police report. The women provided her checking account information to allegedly avoid being arrested, is what she thought. The person on the phone provided the victim a phone number to call, but no one answers it. Police advised the woman to contact her bank to cancel the payment from being sent.
- On Sept. 9 around 9:31 a.m., Wilbens Duguaran, of 12 Summit Road, Holbrook, was arrested and charged with shoplifting by concealing merchandise at 290 Providence Highway at Sears, according to a Dedham Police report.
- On Sept. 10 around 6:40 p.m., Curtiss E. Robinson, of 139 Cummins Highway, Boston, was arrested on outstanding default warrant, according to a Dedham Police report. An officer on patrol was patrolling the East Dedham plaza at 260 Bussey St., when he saw a group of five males who looked like they were drinking alcohol. As the cruiser turned back the individuals began to walk away. Robinson was allegedly seen placing alcohol cans behind a tree. He was asked if he was 21, but showed an ID that put his age at 20. A background check turned up the arrest warrant.
- On Sept. 10 around 7:37 p.m., police responded to 391 Common St., for the report of a disabled vehicle. Police found a Chevrolet Suburban stopped across Common Street blocking traffic, according to a Dedham Police report. The driver side door was open, the vehicle was running, but there were no occupants of the vehicle. After moving the vehicle, officers found a female laying on the ground behind a rock about 50 yards up the road. She was not forthcoming with any information and could not tell the police why her vehicle was in the road and blocking traffic. Located next to her was an empty pill bottle with medication prescribed to her. The woman was transported by ambulance for further care, and her husband picked up the vehicle.