WINCHESTER – Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and Winchester Chief of Police Peter MacDonnell have released the 911 calls and radio transmissions of the Winchester Police from Saturday February 24 that followed the fatal stabbing of Deane Kenny Stryker.
On Saturday, February 24, at approximately 10:30 a.m. Winchester Police received multiple 911 calls, from library personnel on a landline in the Winchester Public Library and from an individual on a cell phone inside the building for reports that two people had been stabbed. Upon arrival police located a 22-year-old female, identified as Deane Kenny Stryker, and a 77-year-old male, both Winchester residents, suffering from stab wounds.
The calls and transmissions have been redacted to protect personal privacy information including names and telephone numbers.
Since the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office has jurisdiction over all death investigations, all media inquiries should be directed to the District Attorney’s Office at (781) 897-8325.