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Chief Ken Albertelli
30 Mount Vernon St. Winchester MA 01890
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Posted By Winchester Police on July 15th, 2014

Investigation Began After Feb. 2014 Heroin Death, Police May Seek Additional Charges WINCHESTER — Police Chief Kenneth C. Albertelli announces that a pair of local brothers have been arrested and charged after a lengthy investigation that started in February with the overdose death of a Quincy man. TIMOTHY SALVATORE SABBAG, AGE 24 OF JAMES STREET […]

 

Archive for March, 2012

Help Identify This Female

Posted By Winchester Police on March 31st, 2012

http://www.winchesterpd.org/2012/help-identify-this-female

The Winchester Police are looking for your help identifying this female.  She is wanted for questioning after attempting to use several credit/debit cards that had been stolen from vehicles in Winchester and other local towns.  If you can identify this woman, please contact Winchester Police at 781-729-1214.  Any information provided will remain anonymous. Click on the post title for a larger images.

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Bank Robbery Suspect Charged

Posted By Winchester Police on March 13th, 2012

http://www.winchesterpd.org/2012/bank-robbery-suspect-charged

Michael Grande

The Winchester Police charged 28 year-old Michael Grande of Medford with the February 7th bank robbery of Sovereign Bank.  Grande was being held at Cambridge Jail on unrelated charges when the investigation led to him as the suspect.   Grande was seen on the bank’s security cameras but the quality was poor so the footage was sent to the Secret Service for enhancement.  With the assistance of the Secret Service’s Boston office, the WPD was able to complete the investigation.

Nanny Arrested for Larceny

Posted By Winchester Police on March 1st, 2012

http://www.winchesterpd.org/2012/nanny-arrested-for-larceny

On 2/29, Winchester Police arrested 24 year old nanny, Megan Robinson of N. Billerica for larceny.
Robinson was hired by a Winchester family who reported that she had been stealing money from the home.  After discovering missing cash, the family used a “nanny cam” to monitor the home and caught Robinson in the act.