WAKEFIELD — Police over the weekend responded to a host of motor-vehicle related accidents, including a pedestrian accident in the area of 627 Main St. Saturday afternoon.
Police said that a 9-year-old girl was taken to Lahey Clinic in Burlington for treatment of cuts to her knees, elbow and wrist suffered during the accident.
According to witnesses, the girl ran between two cars into traffic on Main Street without stopping and a 62-year-old man from Haverhill driving a 2010 Ford did not see her until it was too late.
The girl’s parents were notified at about 1 p.m. No citations were issued.
Patrol Officer Gerald Holleran responded to the call.
Early Saturday morning a caller reported that a driver went into a utility pole on Franklin Street, causing damage to the pole and the front end of her 2005 Chevrolet.
Patrol Officer Ryan Doran responded to the scene at about 6:50 a.m. The driver, a 20-year-old woman from Stoneham, told Doran that she was tired while driving and nodded off before hitting the pole.
Her vehicle was towed from the scene and the Wakefield Municipal Gas and Light Department was notified.
At noontime another accident was reported at the intersection of Richardson and Main streets.
A 44-year-old man from Wilmington was driving a 2013 Ford and heading west on Richardson Street when he collided with a 2006 Toyota operated by a 23-year-old woman from Billerica who was backing out of a driveway.
The Wilmington man was cited for failing to use caution at an intersection (driveway and street).
Patrol Officer Holleran responded.
A motorized scooter valued at $3,000 was reported as stolen from a Vine Street home on Saturday at about 9:30 a.m.
The homeowner told Patrol Officer Holleran that he left his 2009 Honda Ruckus in the driveway of his home Thursday night and that it had been stolen between then and Friday morning. He also apparently told Holleran that the scooter had not been properly locked.
Police are looking into the matter,
A Madison Avenue resident reported that on Tuesday, April 28, he came home from work at the end of the day and found the tailgate to his truck open. Tools stored in the bed of the truck were missing, including a compound mitre saw, magnetic level, a jamber and jamber level case.
Total value of the loss was estimated at $834.90. Patrol Officer Russell Carman responded at 7:20 p.m.
In other police business over the weekend, beginning Friday:
• A youth disturbance on Newell Road was reported at about 6:20 p.m.
• A Chestnut Street resident reported that two prescription medications had been stolen from his home. The incident was reported at about 8:30 p.m.
• Police were unable to locate a suspicious man reportedly behind a building at Main Street and Pitman Avenue. The man was described as either white or Hispanic and 5 feet 9 inches. He was said to be wearing a blue sweatshirt, jeans and had a crew cut and beard. The incident was logged at about 9:35 p.m.
• Police sent two suspicious people on their way after they were spotted behind a vacant business on Audubon Road at 10:25 p.m.
• Two youths on bicycles told police that an older man wearing black threw down their bikes for parking them in front of a business on Main Street. The man then reportedly followed the youths when they left. Police checked the area at about 4:15 p.m. but could not find the suspect.
• A caller reported that her 2007 Nissan was damaged while parked in the lot at Shaw’s Supermarket on Water Street. Police said there was noticeable damage to the passenger side of the car. Police plan to look at footage from a surveillance camera. Patrol Officer Matthew Powers responded just after 10 p.m.
• A caller reported that someone was setting off firecrackers on Audubon Road. Police were unable to locate any suspects when they checked the area at about 10:20 p.m.
• A collision took place at the intersection of Farm Street and Hemlock Road at about 4:20 p.m. There were no injuries. Papers were exchanged. The Fire Department and Action Ambulance also responded.
• A disturbance on North Avenue involving a man who was using abusive language toward a woman was reported at 4:40 p.m. Police said the suspect left in a gray Acura SUV toward Reading.
• A Mountain Avenue resident told Patrol Officer Kyle Meehan that someone made a key mark on her 2013 BMW. The woman told Meehan she had washed her vehicle on Friday, May 1 and did not notice the mark until yesterday. The incident was logged at about 5:45 p.m.
• One of the wash bays at Flo’s Car Wash on Water Street was reportedly damaged. The caller said he has a video showing the vehicle that damaged the bay — a black GMC Sierra pick-up truck with a commercial license plate. Police called the vehicle owner and were waiting for a return call at 6:25 a.m.