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Chief Ken Albertelli
30 Mount Vernon St. Winchester MA 01890
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Posted By Winchester Police on October 22nd, 2014

Matthew McAveeney was captured in Belmont North Carolina and charged with being a fugitive from justice.  McAveeney will be transported back to Massachusetts and charged with  murder and other offenses related to the death of his mother, Barbara McAveeney at the Parkview Condominiums. The Winchester Police Department would like to thank all agencies involved with […]

 

Archive for June, 2010

Promoted

Posted By Winchester Police on June 7th, 2010
  • Frank Batchelor was promoted to sergeant in August 2012
  • Daniel O’Connell was promoted to Detective Lieutenant in July 2012
  • Peter MacDonnell was promoted to Lieutenant in Charge in January 2010
  • Carl Fuller was promoted to lieutenant in December 2009
  • James Cogan was promoted to sergeant December 2009
  • Joseph Abdella was promoted to sergeant on October 2009
  • Arthur Houllahan was promoted to lieutenant in October 2009

Appointed

Posted By Winchester Police on June 7th, 2010
  • Marco DiCarlo was appointed to Permanent Reserve Police Officer in July 2012.
  • Michael Chiuccariello was appointed to Permanent Reserve Police Officer in July 2012.
  • Jeffrey LaTores was appointed Detective in July 2012.
  • Sgt. Filtzer was appointed to K-9 Officer in November 2008.
  • K-9 Axel graduated from the K-9 academy in February 2009.

Recent Retirements

Posted By Winchester Police on June 7th, 2010

 

  • Officer Jet Dean retired in March 2013
  • Officer Paul Austin retired in January 2013.
  • Detective Douglas Wilkinson retired in January 2013.
  • Officer James Covino retired in March 2012.
  • Officer Lew Best retired in December 2011.  He currently serves as Deputy Chief of  Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness Division of the MBTA Police.
  • Detective James Gray retired in February 2011.
  • Lt. Jack Alford retired January 2010.
  • Lt. Detective James Pierce retired in January 2010.
  • Patrolman Larry Hill retired in September 2009.

Change in OUI laws

Posted By Winchester Police on June 3rd, 2010

Melanie’s Law – Massachusetts OUI Law (2005)

FIRST OFFENSE
Jail: Not more than 2 1/2 years House of Correction
Fine: $500-$5,000
License suspended for 1 year.

SECOND OFFENSE
Jail: Not less than 60 days (30 day mandatory), not more then 2 1/2 years
Fine: $600-$10,000

License suspended for 2 years

THIRD OFFENSE (felony status)
Jail: Not less than 180 days (150 day mandatory), not more than 5 years State Prison
May be served in a prison treatment program
Fine $1,000-$15,000
License suspended for 8 years

FOURTH OFFENSE (felony status)
Jail: Not less than 2 years (1 year minimum mandatory), not more than 5 years State Prison
Fine $1,500-$25,000
License suspended for 10 years.

FIFTH OFFENSE (felony status)
Jail: Not less than 2 1/2 years (24 mos. minimum mandatory), not more than 5 years State Prison
Fine $2,000-$50,000
License revoked for life.