CHELSEA — Chief Brian Kyes and the Chelsea Police Department are warning residents of a recent increase in online scams targeting those who are searching for a job, and wish to share tips to help people avoid falling victim.
CHELSEA — Chief Brian Kyes reports that the Chelsea Police Department has charged two juvenile suspects in connection with a stabbing that occurred on Congress Avenue this evening.
CHELSEA — As the Fourth of July approaches, Chief Brian Kyes and the Chelsea Police Department are reminding residents that the use of fireworks is prohibited in Massachusetts.
CHELSEA – Police Chief Brian Kyes reports that a police officer was assaulted in the lobby of the Chelsea Police Station over the weekend in an apparent attempt to commit “Suicide by Cop.” Officers, exercising restraint and patience, worked to deescalate the situation and successfully prevented the loss of life.
Chelsea Police Department Chief Brian Kyes 19 Park St. Chelsea, MA 02150 For Immediate Release Monday, Sept. 21, 2015 Contact: Captain Keith Houghton Phone: 617-828-5722 Email: [email protected] Chelsea Police Provide Child Seat Safety Tips CHELSEA — To keep children safe while riding in a motor vehicle, Chief Brian Kyes and the Chelsea Police Department are asking residents […]