Everett Police Department Chief of Police Steven A. Mazzie announced the arrest of an individual suspected of breaking into several homes in Everett and Chelsea.
On Thursday October 30, 2015, dispatch reported a (BOLO) Be On the Lookout for a suspect on Springvale Avenue on the Everett-Chelsea line. Everett Police Sgt. William Fox, Ptl. Michael Mori and Ptl. John Fitzpatrick assisted in the apprehension by the Chelsea Police Department of the suspect at the scene of a crime. The suspect was later identified as Treon Mayers, age 31 of Dorchester, Ma. Entry was gained to the residences by forcing doors and the apartments were ransacked.
Evidence recovered from the suspect linked him to the house break in Chelsea as well as two additional house breaks on Haskell Avenue Everett and Madison Avenue Everett. Chelsea Police took custody of the suspect and he was arraigned in Chelsea District Court with additional charges filed by the Everett Police in Malden District Court.
Chief of Police Steven Mazzie stated: “It’s important for our residents to look out for one another and in this case an alert resident made the necessary call and both Everett and Chelsea officers were able to get on scene to not only make the apprehension bur also tie the suspect to several other house breaks.”
All suspects arrested or charged by the Everett Police Department are presumed to be innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.