Police Chief Brian A. Kyes reports that the Chelsea Police Department’s business phone and fax lines are now functioning normally again. Earlier today, the city’s phone carrier (DSCI) was experiencing a major outage in the Boston area, preventing the business phone lines at the police station from accepting incoming or outgoing calls.
Police Chief Brian A. Kyes reports that the city’s phone carrier (DSCI) is currently experiencing a major outage in the Boston area. As a result, the business phone lines at the police station have not been accepted incoming or outgoing calls since approximately 11:30 a.m. today.
Chelsea Police Drug Control Detectives conducted a Search Warrant on Thursday evening, September 24th at 235 Chestnuts Street after a lengthy investigation. Six persons were placed into custody for a variety of charges including; distribution of narcotics, felony warrants and a juvenile for illegal possession of a firearm. Chelsea Officers who assisted in the execution of the […]
Chelsea Fire and Police Investigators are working on several leads and continue to conduct interviews of occupants of the Broadway Glen Apartments regarding Saturday mornings malicious damage to the buildings fire suppression system. Building management has turned over video images to Chelsea Detectives who are reviewing the evidence as part of the investigation process. Due to the extensive damage to the […]
Chelsea Police Detectives are investigating a shooting that occurred on Essex Street at 9:10 PM on Friday evening. Multiple Chelsea Units responded to the call and on arrival observed two male victims injured in front of 63 Essex Street. Both victims received non life threatening wounds that appear to be from a single gunshot that struck […]