CHELSEA — Chief Brian Kyes and the Chelsea Police Department would like to remind both drivers and motorcyclists to use caution and share the road as we head into the summer months.
Friends / Residents / Local Officials : On behalf of the City Manager Tom Ambrosino and the Chelsea Department I wanted to take a minute to clarify an unsubstantiated rumor that has been gaining some concerning traction on various social media platforms over the past day or so which has had an adverse impact here […]
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 are asking for the public help in apprehending Mose Tene, age 28 of Chelsea who escaped from police custody while being treated at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. Police report that Tene was involved in a single vehicle accident at 12:10 AM on Friday morning on Highland Avenue in Chelsea and was transported […]