STABBING ON MARLBOROUGH
Chelsea Police reported a stabbing at a home on Marlborough Street Saturday morning.
Police reported that the situation was a domestic incident between a father and stepson and the victim was taken to the hospital and treated.
He was injured in the stabbing, but is expected to recover.
STABBING ON CHESTNUT, OR MAYBE EL SALVADOR?
On Sunday, April 3, officers responded to the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center (EBNHC) on a report of a past victim of an armed robbery and assault. The victim was reported to be under the influence of alcohol and could not remember where or when the incident happened, except that it was on Chestnut Street by a black male he knows but could not name or describe.
At one point, he stated the incident took place in El Salvador.
He received and was treated for a puncture wound to his hand. He claimed he was robbed of $300 in cash.
On April 4, at 9:40 p.m. officers responded to a call from an off-duty officer who had information that individuals were involved in “stripping” a car for parts. The officers responded to 121 Cark Ave. based on the information relayed by the off-duty officer. Officers were able to converge on the address and observed several car parts. The officers received information that the individuals involved were down the street in a Ford Expedition at Clark and Eleanor Streets. The officers detained and arrested both parties.
The police also recovered a stolen Honda Civic that the parts were taken from. One of those arrested was wearing a court ordered monitoring bracelet.
Ivan Reyes, 22, of 81 Central Ave., and Edwin Wilfredo Carnona, 18, of Revere, face receiving stolen property as well as larceny of a motor vehicle charges.
On Monday, April 11, at approximately 2:20 p.m. Chelsea 911 received several reports of a vehicle striking a building at the intersection of Clark and Webster Avenues.
Chelsea Fire and Police, along with Cataldo Ambulance, were immediately dispatched to the scene. It was reported that a pickup truck operating down Clark Avenue towards Webster allegedly lost its brakes and jumped the curb striking a fence and stone retaining wall of 76 Webster Ave. and then became airborne striking a parked vehicle on Webster Avenue and finally coming to rest against the building at 77 Webster Ave. causing extensive structural damage.
The operator did not appear to be injured. However, the vehicle suffered heavy front-end damage and a ruptured gas tank.
Chelsea firefighters mitigated the gas leak and spread absorbent on the area and remained on scene until ISD Building Inspectors deemed the building to be safe.