Chelsea Police and the Suffolk County District Attorney's office report they are looking for Hector Enamorado, 36, on charges he shot two men on Chester Avenue early Sunday, one fatally.
Anybody who knows where he is can contact Chelsea detectives at 617-466-4843 or the anonymous tip line by calling 617-466-4880 or texting CHELSEA and their information to TIP411 (847411).
Police have yet to identify the murder victim, 29, because his next of kin have yet to be notified. Both he and the survivor are Chelsea residents, although neither lived at the building where they were found, the DA's office reports.
Kris H. noticed some visitors at the salt piles off Marginal Street in Chelsea.
Chelsea and State Police are investigating a one-vehicle crash around 1 a.m. on Cherry Street that sent both occupants to Mass. General - where one survived and the other didn't.
Police say the driver of the 2001 GMC SUV, 35, died. His passenger, 47 and also from East Boston, remains hospitalized.
Police say the vehicle was operating at a high rate of speed when it plowed through a signpost and then slammed into a building.
Police cruiser stuck in the water on Vale St. Officer still in the cruiser water is up to the door and is coming in.
Female motorist stock in the water and water is coming in the vehicle.
Authorities have released a photo of possible suspects in the shooting death of a 35-year-old woman who was simply looking out her window early this morning on Shawmut Avenue in Chelsea.
In a statement, Suffolk County DA Dan Conley says:
Based on evidence developed by investigators through last night, authorities said today that the woman killed inside a Shawmut Street residence was not the intended target of that shooting.
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Dear friends, supporters, and loved ones,
The state Department of Transportation today approved a $33-million contract with McCourt Construction Co. to start extending the Silver Line from the Airport T stop to Chelsea. Much of the route will be in a busway built along the former Grand Junction railroad:
State officials expect the initial route, from the airport to Eastern Avenue in Chelsea, to be completed in two years.
Chelsea Police report Officer Paul McCarthy received an award for saving the life of Mostafa Laassal, who, allegedly, on being pursued by police after stabbing his wife, jumped off the top level of the Tobin Bridge, only to be snared in safety netting installed for workers on the bridge repainting project:
Traffic across the Tobin Bridge came to a halt around 10 a.m. when a man being pursued by Chelsea Police jumped out of a livery car, went to the side of the bridge and jumped.
Ted Pendergast reports he got caught in safety netting set up for the bridge repainting project. He'd brought a knife with him and tried cutting through the netting, but first responders managed to get to him before he could. They "packaged" him and put him in an ambulance for transport to a nearby hospital.
MPH photographed the produce department at the Chelsea Market Basket, apparently hit by yesterday's walk out by warehouse workers over the ouster of CEO Arthur T. Demoulas by his cousin, Arthur S. Demoulas.
State Police say they've identified a Chelsea man as the person who caused a crash that injured five people on the Tobin Bridge around 11:30 a.m. and that once they find him will charge him with a variety of offenses, including speeding and leaving the scene of an accident.
State Police say the Corolla driver, 38, ran down the ramp from the lower deck into Chelsea, leaving his passenger, a 38-year-old woman from Roxbury, to fend for herself.
The Chelsea Fire Department reports it's ordered the local Market Basket to get rid of that damned mulch that keeps catching on fire.
Fire detail ordered again at Market Basket for multiple outside fires today. We ordered them to remove the mulch. Some has been removed, they are working on the rest.
Firefighters had to repeatedly respond to the same store last week for repeated mulch fires.
The Chelsea Fire Department reports:
Fire Detail now in place at the Market Basket after 8 mulch fires in last few hours.
The Suffolk County District Attorney's office tonight identified the bicyclist who died in a collision with a garbage truck on Thursday as Owen McGrory, 30, of Chelsea,
Brian D'Amico reports that around 10:20 p.m. at 118 Brooks St. and again about an hour later on Curtis Street, somebody inside a green Accord fired paintballs out the window.
In between, there was a third drive-by paintballing on Curtis Street.
D'Amico reports there were similar incidents in Chelsea around the same time as well.
And at these heights, I can see why.
Firefighters from Boston and Chelsea, State Police troopers and the Boston Fire Marine Unit all converged on the Tobin Bridge late this afternoon on reports a man looked like he might want to jump from the upper level.
Then the man sauntered into the toll plaza. Ed Baur reports:
It was Crew Member from the Ship at the Salt Pile Looking for a Super Market.
Felix D. Arroyo tomorrow announces a bid to replace Patty Campatelli as Suffolk County Register of Probate and Family Court.
Campatelli, in her first term in the elected holdover from colonial days, found herself suspended by the Massachusetts Trial Court in January due to an investigation into whether she punched an employee - a charge she denies.