WINTHROP — Chief Terence Delehanty reports that a resident was cited last weekend after hosting a party in violation of state gathering restrictions in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
With surging COVID-19 cases in Winthrop, Massachusetts, the town was recently identified by the state of Massachusetts as a town with an infection rate in the red — making it a COVID-19 hotspot. Town leadership and public safety officials needed a way to relay the urgency of the rise in cases and new testing sites to the public and quickly, and they turned to JGPR for assistance.
WINTHROP — Chief Terence Delehanty and Deputy Chief John Goodwin report that the Winthrop Police Department, after a lengthy investigation, arrested and charged an alleged fentanyl trafficker and opiod dealer. CHRISTOPHER PARK PFEIFFER, AGE 23, OF WINTHROP was arrested and charged with: Trafficking a Class A Substance 10 Grams or More (Fentanyl) Possession of a Class […]
WINTHROP — Town Manager Austin Faison and Public Health Director Meredith Hurley wish to provide the following statement regarding the town’s designation as “high risk” for COVID-19 by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts:
WINTHROP — Town Manager Austin Faison and Public Health Director Meredith Hurley are urging residents to follow COVID-19 prevention guidance from local, state and federal public health officials following a recent uptick in positive cases.
WINTHROP — Chief Terence M. Delehanty and the Winthrop Police Department wish to warn the public about gift card scams.
WINTHROP — Chief Terence M. Delehanty reports that the Winthrop Police Department arrested a local man on drug charges on Friday.
WINTHROP — As the Fourth of July and summer celebrations approach, Town Manager Austin Faison, Public Health Director Meredith Hurley, Police Chief Terence Delehanty and Fire Chief Paul Flanagan would like to provide residents with tips to safely celebrate this year.
WINTHROP — Town Manager Austin Faison, Public Health Director Meredith Hurley and Police Chief Terence Delehanty wish to thank the community for the significant outpouring of support towards the Winthrop Food Bank since the COVID-19 outbreak.
WINTHROP — Chief Terence M. Delehanty and the Winthrop Police Department announce that they have partnered with the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative (P.A.A.R.I.) to distribute survival kits meant to prevent overdoses and connect those in need with recovery resources.