Police Chief Brian Kyes speaks with Kathy Curran from WCVB-TV for her story on police department evidence rooms. From the story: CHELSEA, Mass. — Each envelope and box inside the Chelsea Police Department’s evidence room tells a story and contains the keys to justice in criminal cases. Thousands of boxes neatly stacked from floor to […]
A jury this morning convicted a Chelsea man of the 2013 murder of 88-year-old Hilda Devincenzo, Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley announced.
Officer Jay Guido greets some future police officers during his Thursday shift.
Chelsea Police Department, acting on numerous tips received from community members regarding drug distribution in the Poplar Street area, yesterday arrested three people and seized more than 20 bags of suspected heroin.
Chief Brian Kyes wishes to recognize the efforts of the Chelsea Police Department’s interns who put together this short video showcasing Officer Sammy Mojica working in the community. Great job!