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Michele Mcphee Biography

Michele McPhee is an American author, talk radio host, and journalist from Boston, Massachusetts. McPhee began her journalism career with The Boston Globe in 1993. In 1996, she transferred to the New York Daily News and became the chief of the newspaper police bureau in 2002. Besides she is an investigative reporter, writer, public speaker, Eastie resident. She is also a columnist and correspondent to the Boston Herald, the New England reporter for ABC News, and a general assignment reporter with the television station WCVB.

She co-hosted the morning drive-time show on WRKO radio in Boston with Todd Feinburg, Feinburg, and McPhee; the show was abruptly canceled on October 31 and station management said they were looking for another role at the station for McPhee and Feinburg.

In 1993, McPhee started her career in journalism with The Boston Globe. She moved to the New York Daily News in 1996 and became the newspaper police office chief in 2002. McPhee became a Boston Herald reporter in 2004. In 2007, McPhee started her radio career with a WTKK evening talk show.

McPhee started hosting her own evening talk show at WRKO in 2010 and started hosting the Howie Carr Show at WRKO. She started hosting a three-hour mid-afternoon radio show on WMEX AM in Boston on June 2015. Her radio show finished when the WMEX radio station stopped broadcasting in 2017.

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She was born on April 8, 1970, Wakefield, MA. He is currently 49 years. He grew up in Massachusetts and is of Italian American descent. She graduated from East Boston High School in 1988 and the University of Massachusetts, Boston in 1993.

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So a Deval Patrick’s hack’s husband is the only candidate for the Parole Board? And we are supposed to think this is better than his old driver the Milton cop?  Just like he dumped a Medal of Honor recipient, Tom Kelly, to replace him with his campaign press guy Colum Nee. Nothing like a nationwide search.

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became a columnist with the Boston Herald. McPhee began her radio career with an evening talk show on WTKK in 2007. In 2010, McPhee began hosting her own afternoon talk show on WRKO and started guest-hosting The Howie Carr Show on WRKO. He has not displayed the exact earning, to be updated.

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Michele Mcphee Career | Abc News

McPhee became a contributing reporter to The Boston Globe on September 1993. By July 1995, McPhee became a Globe correspondent. In December 1996, McPhee entered the New York Daily News and wrote her first article for the Christmas Eve edition journal, “No Bail For Alleged Gotti Heir.”

McPhee was appointed the first woman chief of the New York Daily News police office in 2002. She won the Silurians ‘ Feature News Award 2002 from the New York Society for an article entitled “The Days After” about the September 11, 2001 attack. In reaction to a tale she wrote about a local judge’s suspicion of the police, McPhee received death threats in January 2003 through an anonymously written letter.

McPhee also appeared for knowledge on New York City police problems in her capacity as office chief in other media. In 2003, McPhee took part in a discussion on Amadou Diallo’s police shooting alongside lawyer Anthony H. Gair on The Tavis Smiley Show, a guest hosted by Tony Cox that day. In 2004, McPhee appeared on The O’Reilly Factor Fox News Channel program.

In 2004, McPhee moved to Boston and became the Boston Herald’s weekly columnist and chief of police office until early 2007. She continued to write a weekly column for the journal and freelanced news articles as well. McPhee hosted a talk show on WTKK from December 2007 to November 2010. Due to creative disagreements, her contract was not renewed and immediately pulled out of the air.

McPhee entered WRKO from 1 to 3 p.m. on January 13, 2011. Radio host The Michele McPhee Show. She left WRKO after a seven-month stay but returned to the station on 11 June 2012 to occupy a fresh four-hour midday slot on the station’s schedule. In August 2011, McPhee was recruited as WCVB Channel 5’s general assignment journalist in Boston. In a news release, news producer Andrew Vrees

McPhee pleaded not guilty in June 2015 to allegations of running a motor vehicle while resisting arrest and assault and battery on a police officer under the impact of alcohol. She was arrested on Interstate 93 in Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood after being watched by a Massachusetts State Trooper driving her Mercedes erratically. On January 29, 2016, McPhee’s attorney asserted the stay.

Michele Mcphee Books

  • Mob Over Miami, 2002,
  • Absolute Evil, 2008,
  • Heartless: The True Story of Neil Entwistle and the Cold-Blooded Murder of his Wife and Child, 2008,
  • When Evil Rules: Vengeance and Murder on Cape Cod, 2009,
  • A Date with Death: The Secret Life of the Accused “Craigslist Killer”, 2010,
  • A Mob Story, 2010,
  • A Professor’s Rage: The Chilling True Story of Harvard Ph.D. Amy Bishop, her Brother’s Mysterious Death, and the Shooting Spree that Shocked the Nation, 2011,
  • Maximum Harm: The Tsarnaev Brothers, the FBI, and the Road to the Marathon Bombing, 2017,

Radio host Michele McPhee vows she’ll be vindicated

WMEX drive-time host Michele McPhee kicked off her radio show today vowing she’ll be vindicated a day after being charged with assaulting a state trooper and driving drunk. “With everything my team and I know, we are confident that once the facts are out there, there will be absolutely no question about who I am,” McPhee said.

“I know a lot of you have a lot of questions and I wish I could answer them all for you but under the advice of my legal counsel I can’t discuss the situation until all the facts are out,” she added on air today at the 1510 AM station. “Everyone who knows me knows I respect the law and the process.”

McPhee said that she cried out of gratitude for the support of her coworkers and family and went on to say that WMEX will “take over Boston.” “I am a very lucky woman,” she said at the top of her show. McPhee, 45, of East Boston is accused of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, resisting arrest and assault, and battery on a police officer.

State Trooper Patrick J. Cadeliere stopped McPhee’s Mercedes SUV on Interstate 93 northbound in South Boston around 1 a.m. Thursday after noticing her vehicle was swerving in and out of lanes and coming “within mere inches of sideswiping the jersey barrier on right side of the road,” according to court documents.

When Cadeliere spoke with McPhee, she allegedly admitted to drinking wine with dinner, told him she had “defended cops for 30 years” and demanded that he contact high-ranking members of the state police about pulling her over, court documents show. “Call any Trooper, Dana Pullman or the colonel so I can leave,” McPhee said before refusing to submit to a field sobriety test, documents show.

When she realized she was being placed under arrest, Cadeliere said, McPhee became belligerent and kicked him while saying, “I’m calling the colonel … let me go … get a supervisor.” Cadeliere, who suffered a leg injury during the dispute, said he had to radio for backup to help place McPhee under arrest. McPhee suffered a head injury during the struggle to put her in handcuffs, court documents show.

McPhee, who needed 20 stitches to close a wound to her head, is due back in court Aug. 4 for a pretrial hearing. McPhee, a former reporter for the Herald and WCVB TV, has also written and reported for ABC News, Boston Magazine and others.

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WMEX host and one-time crime reporter Michele McPhee was arraigned today on charges of OUI and attacking the trooper trying to arrest her on an I-93 exit ramp early this morning after he allegedly failed to acknowledge knowing who she was or why that should make him let her go.

According to a State Police report, when Trooper Patrick Candeliere declined her repeated requests to call the head of State Police and the president of the state trooper’s union and instead tried to cuff her, she started a struggle that ended with both of them heading to Tufts Medical Center for observation – in her case, overnight.

At her arraignment in South Boston Municipal Court today, McPhee was released on personal recognizance on charges of OUI, assault, and battery on a police officer, resisting arrest and failing to observe marked lanes.

She didn’t make her normal 3-6 p.m. shift at WMEX, however. Instead, morning host Joe Ligotti filled in, praising her as “my dear friend, who I love, and support, and cherish” before mentioning that while he drinks coffee, one of his producers drinks tea, perhaps because of “the Asian culture thing.”

The report, written by Candeliere said the events leading to McPhee’s arrest started around 1 a.m. on I-93 northbound near Savin Hill Avenue when he noticed a Mercedes SUV swerving from lane to lane – at one point coming “within mere inches of sideswiping the jersey barrier on right side of the road.”

At Dot Ave. overpass, Candelliere writes, he turned on his cruiser lights and siren. “The Mercedes, in sequence, decelerated, accelerated and decelerated, bypassing the Exit 16 off-ramp. The Mercedes came to a slow rolling stop in the right lane beyond the Exit 16 off-ramp in South Boston.”

He pulled up, smelled alcohol and asked her why she didn’t get off as he tried to get her to do, he writes. He writes she told him she wasn’t headed that way, because she was heading home to East Boston. She agreed, however, to get off at Exit 18, which he reports she did, more or less – after rolling the SUV over the curb and onto a sidewalk.

McPhee, who he wrote had bloodshot and glassy eyes and slurred speech, said she’d just gotten off work at WMEX in Marina Bay – in fact, her shift ends at 6 p.m. – and that she’d “defended cops for 30 years.” At his order, she got out of the vehicle, after first making sure to “adjust several knobs and levers on her steering column and dashboard” – and then pulling up her jeans, which were falling down. Then she got chatty:

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