On 07/29/2014 a resident reported receiving a phone call by 202-506-9775 at approx. 10AM stating they were from the IRS and that there were warrants out for his arrest unless he paid a fee. The resident wanted confirmation that this was a legitimate phone call, but the person speaking (“Damon Marshall”) hung-up. At approx. 11:03 […]
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Pursuant to M.G.L. c. 6, §§ 178C-178Q, the individual who appears on this notification has been designated as a Level 3 Sex Offender by the Sex Offender Registry Board. The Board has determined that this individual is at a high risk to reoffend and that the degree of dangerousness posed to the public is such that a substantial public safety interest is served by active community notification.
THIS INDIVIDUAL IS NOT WANTED BY THE POLICE
Level 3 Sex Offender
Name: FRENCH, CHRISTOPHER M
23 HOLLYWOOD ROAD, WINCHESTER, MA 01890
Sex: MALE Race: WHITE
Height: 5’07″ Weight: 150 lbs
Eye Color: BLUE Hair Color: BROWN
Conviction Date(s)/Offenses Committed:
10/05/2009, POSING OR EXHIBITING A CHILD IN STATE OF NUDITY OR SEXUAL CONDUCT 10/05/2009, DISSEMINATION OF MATTER HARMFUL TO MINORS 10/05/2009, DISSEMINATION OF MATTER HARMFUL TO MINORS 10/05/2009, DISSEMINATION OF MATTER HARMFUL TO MINORS 10/05/2009, DISSEMINATION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY 10/05/2009, DISSEMINATION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY 10/05/2009, DISSEMINATION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY 10/05/2009, DISSEMINATION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY 10/05/2009, PURCHASE OR POSSESSION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY 10/05/2009, PURCHASE OR POSSESSION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY 10/05/2009, PURCHASE OR POSSESSION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY 10/05/2009, PURCHASE OR POSSESSION OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY 10/05/2009, POSING OR EXHIBITING A CHILD IN STATE OF NUDITY OR SEXUAL CONDUCT 10/05/2009, POSING OR EXHIBITING A CHILD IN STATE OF NUDITY OR SEXUAL CONDUCT 10/05/2009, POSING OR EXHIBITING A CHILD IN STATE OF NUDITY OR SEXUAL CONDUCT 10/05/2009, ENTICING A CHILD UNDER THE AGE OF 16 10/05/2009, ENTICING A CHILD UNDER THE AGE OF 16 10/05/2009, RAPE AND ABUSE OF CHILD
**********WARNING********** SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY INFORMATION SHALL NOT BE USED TO COMMIT A CRIME OR TO ENGAGE IN ILLEGAL DISCRIMINATION OR HARASSMENT OF AN OFFENDER. ANY PERSON WHO USES INFOMRATION DISCLOSED PURSUANT TO M.G.L. C. 6, §§ 178C - 178Q FOR SUCH PURPOSES SHALL BE PUNISHED BY NOT MORE THAN TWO AND ONE HALF (2 ½) YEARS IN A HOUSE OF CORRECTION OR BY A FINE OF NOT MORE THAN ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($1,000.00) OR BOTH (M.G.L. C. 6, § 178N). IN ADDITION, ANY PERSON WHO USES REGISTRY INFORMATION TO THEREATEN TO COMMIT A CRIME MAY BE PUNISHED BY A FINE OF NOT MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($100.00) OR BY IMPRISONMENT FOR NOT MORE THAN SIX (6) MONTHS (M.G.L. C. 275, § 4).
The Winter Parking Ban is an effect. Vehicles parked on the street between 1:00 AM and 7:00 AM are subject to fines. Any vehicles parked on the street during a snow emergency may be fined and towed.
On November 5 at approximately 8:00 PM, a white or hispanic male entered the Dairy Barn on Main street. The suspect pointed a handgun at the clerk and robbed the store. The suspect was 5′ 8″ – 5 10″‘ and was wearing a black hoodie, black ball cap, black face mask, black jeans and black sneakers. If anyone has any information regarding this incident, please contact Detective Lieutenant O’Connell at 781-729-1340 ext 309.
The Winchester Police Department is urging voters to Vote NO on Question 3 this November.
For more information, visit http://mavotenoonquestion3.com/
The Commonwealth will be voting on Question 3 in November. If passed, Question 3 would set up an extensive system of marijuana storefronts in our state, allow people to grow marijuana in their homes and apartments, and provide a defense to those carrying hundreds of joints under the guise of medicine.
It is anticipated that the details and loopholes in the proposed law would lead to widespread marijuana abuse, particularly among youth in the Commonwealth. It is for this reason, a diverse range of state representives, ranging from Dorchester Democrat Martin Walsh to Sandwich Republican Randy Hunt, have joined a broad and growing coalition of people and organizations to oppose Question 3. Specifically, the law would:
Set up 35 marijuana retail stores throughout Massachusetts
This number could increase in future years. These stores would be owned and operated by anyone 21 years old or older and would sell
marijuana ice cream, candy, cookies, joints, and other items. There is no requirement in the law to have a physician or licensed pharmacist on site.
Allow people to grow marijuana in their home Your neighbor could grow marijuana plants in their backyard, on their veranda, in their window flower boxes.Your children’s friends could have marijuana growing in their home study, bathroom or garage. Allow people to carry up to a 60-day (2 month) supply of marijuana on their person
A daily dose is undefined in the law. If a daily dose is two joints (most likely it will be more like three to five joints, or 3 marijuana infused brownies), this means a person could have as many as 120 joints (or brownies) on their person or transport this amount of marijuana in their vehicle. Large amounts of marijuana could be issued, possessed and protected under the guise of “medicine.” Allow virtually anyone to obtain marijuana. The proposed legislation lists a few specific conditions for which marijuana can be obtained, but then opens it up to “other conditions as determined in writing by a qualifying patient’s physician.” This is the loophole that is promoting widespread pot use in other states that have passed this type of law – the chronically ill are not the people using existing state programs. In fact, in these programs, less than 5% of people list cancer, HIV/AIDS, or glaucoma as reasons for obtaining marijuana. Studies show the average medical marijuana user is a 32-year old white male with a history of drug and alcohol abuse and no history of life-threatening illness.
Information from http://mavotenoonquestion3.com/
The Town of Winchester is accepting applications for a Temporary position of Civilian Dispatcher. Click on this post’s title for a link to more information.
Chief Albertelli is pleased to announce that a team of assessors from the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission is scheduled to arrive on Monday June 18, 2012, to begin examining various aspects of the Winchester Police Department’s policies and procedures, operations and facilities.
Verification by the Assessment Team that the Department meets the Commission’s standards is part of a voluntary process to gain state Accreditation, a self-initiated evaluation process by which police departments strive to meet and maintain standards that have been established for the profession by the profession.
The Massachusetts Police Accreditation Program consists of 257 mandatory standards as well as 125 optional standards. In order to achieve accreditation status, the Department must meet all applicable mandatory standards and 55% of the optional standards.
Achieving Accreditation is a highly prized recognition of law enforcement proffesional excellence. Anyone interested in learning more about this program is invited to contact Chief Albertelli or the Department’s Accreditation Manager, Lt. MacDonnell.
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.
The Winter Parking Ban is an effect. Vehicles parked on the street between 1 and 7 AM are subject to fines. Any vehicles parked on the street during a snow emergency may be fined and towed.
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.
We are requesting assistance identifying this person. A home security system captured his image during a daytime break into a home in Winchester. If you know this person, please contact us at 781-729-1212. Reference case number 255798. Any information provided will remain anonymous.
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