Investigation into Assault, Attempted Abduction of 10-Year-Old Girl Leads Police to Suspect Winchester – Chief Kenneth C. Albertelli reports that the Winchester Police Department, investigating an attack on a 10-year-old girl, will seek charges against the same sexual assault suspect arrested last week by the Boston Police Department. The Department is expected to shortly announce […]
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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.
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.
After a lengthy drug investigation, Inaldo Oquendo, 20 and Timothy Loftman, 31 of Winchester were arrested by Winchester Police. A search warrant was executed on the men’s Cambridge Street home where a significant amount of heroin, crack cocaine and marijuana were confiscated. The men are being charged with Possession of Class A, B and D substances, with intent to distribute. The Winchester Police were assisted by the Southern Middlesex Regional Drug Task Force and the NEMLEC SWAT team.
Winchester Police arrested Justin Guilbault of New Hampshire for Larceny over $250. Guilbault was arrested early Friday morning during Winchester Police Department’s second night of surveillance at a business on Lowell Ave. The business owner had previously been victim of larceny when 97 steel construction plates had been stolen. The plates weigh approximately 120 pounds and are valued close to $300 each.
The Winchester Police Department along with Medford and Somerville police, arrested Michael Wallace of Somerville for armed robbery. Wallace is being charged for the June 15, robbery of the Dairy barn on Main Street in Winchester. Wallace is also suspected of robbing convenience stores in Medford and Somerville. Both Winchester and Somerville police departments received anonymous tips which led to Wallace’s arrest.
Support the Winchester Police Department as we take on the All Pro Celebrity Softball Team. Our annual Winchester Police Relief Association softball game will be held at 7:00 PM on June 6, at Ginn Field. The event is being held on the same day as Town Day, so come down to Ginn Field for the game and stick around for a great view of the Town Day fireworks.
The Winchester Police Relief Association appreciates your support.
We have added a small photo album of the Winchester Police Department. Photos will be periodically added to the album. You will be able to view the album any time by visiting the Photo Album link under About.
Over the past week, two bikes have been recovered by the Winchester Police. If your bicycle has been lost or stolen, contact Winchester Police at (781) 729-1214 with a description of your bike to determine if it is one we have recovered.
In the coming weeks, we will be adding a photo gallery to our website. Many of the photos will be of the Winchester Police Department from years past. A sample of those images is currently displayed on a small slideshow on the homepage, including a photo of the department from 1910. The images on the slideshow are courtesy of the Winchester Historical Society. Be sure to check back soon for the full gallery.
The Massachusetts State 911 Department recently approved a wireless tracking device known as EmSeeQ from EmFinders. this device enables law enforcement and emergency responders to locate a wandering individual who is wearing the device. The device is the same size as a wrist watch and can be worn on the wrist or ankle. The device uses cellular technology to determine location coordinates and cannot be activated by the wearer. The device is activated when a caregiver contacts the EmFinder call center. The call center then coordinates with local law enforcement agencies to quickly locate and recover the missing individual. If you are interested in the EmSeeQ service, visit the EmFinders website for more information and to sign up for the service.
Regardless of your interest in the EmSeeQ service, the Winchester Police Department strongly recommends you partipate in our Children at Risk and Senior at Risk programs.
In an effort to assist families with “at risk” members (special needs, autism, dementia etc.) the Winchester Police Department offers a Children at Risk and Senior at Risk program. If you feel that a member of your family is at risk to wander, we strongly recommend you participate in the program. To do so, fill out the relevant form below and attach a current photo of your family member. By doing so, you will assist this department in locating your family member if the need arises. You will also be providing us with information that could help us understand how to communicate with the at risk individual and how to contact family members if an at-risk member is found. The information you provide also enables us to pass on important medical information to medical personal if needed. Complete the relevant form below and send it to Detective Paul DeLuca(email@example.com).