Pittsfield Police log for Friday, April 9 to Sunday, April 10

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Friday, April 9

8:04 a.m.: Police arrest Kurynn St. John, 23, of Memorial Drive, Pittsfield on a charge of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (shod foot).

8:56 a.m.: Police arrest Adam Perry Moore, 18, of Pine Grove Drive, Pittsfield on charges of trespassing and misdemeanor breaking and entering. Police also arrested a 15-year-old and a 17-year-old on the same charges.

11:05 a.m.: A report of a disturbance on Lincoln Street. Peace restored.

12:38 p.m.: A report of an assault and battery at Reid Middle School on North Street.

12:46 p.m.: A report of a disturbance at Herberg Middle School on Pomeroy Avenue. Services rendered.

8:57 p.m.: A report of vandalism on Austin Avenue. Services rendered.

Saturday, April 9

8:04 a.m.: A report of a motor vehicle accident with injury on First Street.

3:30 p.m.: A report of a motor vehicle accident with injury at the intersection of Tyler and Brown streets.

6:02 p.m.: A report of an assault at Berkshire Medical Center.

8:23 p.m.: A report of a hit and run accident on Lyman Street.

11:17 p.m.: A report of a disturbance at Johnny's Beach Club on Wahconah Street. Services rendered.

Sunday, April 10

2:47 a.m.: A report of a breaking and entering on Watson Street.

9:14 a.m.: Police arrest George Michael Flood, 50, of Elm Street, Pittsfield on charges of operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor (second offense) and refusing to identify himself to police.

3:41 p.m.: A report of drug activity on Pomeroy Avenue is investigated.

5:51 p.m.: Police arrest Dustin Ryan Hanford, 29, of Tyler Street, Pittsfield on a charge of being a fugitive from justice.

6:31 p.m.: A report of graffiti on First Street is investigated.

10:48 p.m.: Police arrest Carl S. Winters, 61, whose address is listed as unknown in Pittsfield on a charge of disorderly conduct (subsequent offense).

This is a partial list compiled from Pittsfield Police Department records. A charge is not a conviction. All persons are innocent unless proven guilty. Charges can be amended or dismissed.


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