BEVERLY, Mass. — Everybody has something to conceal. So said Humphrey Bogart, as fictional private investigator Sam Spade, in the classic film “Maltese Falcon.” David Almeida is no Bogart, and a far cry from the suave sophistication of Sam Spade, but as a private detective, if there is something concealed that needs to see the light of day, he’s your man. Almeida recently opened the doors to the Bay State Detective Agency, Inc., offering services ranging from background checks and financial profiles to civil litigation support, surveillance, fraud investigation, missing persons search and criminal defense.

With 16 years as a licensed private investigator, Almeida has served as a criminal defense investigator for the Committee for Public Counsel Services of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. His experience and education in the field of private investigation has led to justice being served and the necessary facts rising to the surface in some of the most difficult and challenging cases in the area.

“I believe investigative services are not a one-man show,” Almeida said. “Successful investigations are always conducted by a well-managed team.”

David Almeida P.I.*(Photo Caption: Private Investigator David Almeida.)

That’s why Almeida is supported by some of the best administrative assistance in the business. Bay State Detective Agency, Inc. is served by Linda Almeida as vice president, Lisa Wixon as director of investigations and David Johnson as senior investigator. The Bay State Detective Agency serves Boston and the surrounding area and can travel nationwide to conduct any investigation or surveillance to meet clients’ needs, Almeida said.

For more information on the Bay State Detective Agency, Inc., visit the agency’s website at or call (978) 922-5919.

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