Pittsfield Police log for Friday, Feb. 26 to Sunday, Feb. 28

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Friday, Feb. 26

11:05 a.m.: A report of a motor vehicle accident with injury on Lakeway Drive.

11:49 a.m.: Police arrest Carlos P. Sepulveda, 25, of New Jersey on a warrant issued from outside the Pittsfield Police Department.

12:18 p.m.: Police arrest Peter R. Daigneault, 56, whose address is listed as unknown in Pittsfield on a warrant issued from outside the Pittsfield Police Department.

12:31 p.m.: Police arrest Jeremy A. Bartlett, 39, of Tyler Street, Pittsfield on a charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license (subsequent offense).

1:51 p.m.: Police arrest Michael Austin Dilego, 34, on a charge of shoplifting.

3:04 p.m.: Police arrest a 16-year-old juvenile on charges of carrying a firearm without a license, possession of ammunition without a firearms identification card and disorderly conduct.

Saturday, Feb. 27

7:12 a.m.: A report of a noise complaint on Melville Street. Services rendered.

2:02 p.m.: A report of a disturbance on Tyler Street. Peace restored.

4:39 p.m.: A report of vandalism on Brighton Avenue.

8:06 p.m.: An unfounded report of shots fired on Daytona Avenue.

10:03 p.m.: A report of a noise disturbance on Spring Street. Peace restored.

Sunday, Feb. 28

11:49 a.m.: A report of a disturbance on North Street. Peace restored.

1:15 p.m.: Police arrest Edwin Malave, 53, of Fenn Street on charges of assault and battery on a family or household member and intimidation of a witness.

3:12 p.m.: Police arrest Steven Sumpter, 22, of Appleton Avenue, Pittsfield on charges of carrying a loaded firearm without a license, possession of ammunition without a firearms identification card and assault and battery.

8:54 p.m.: Police arrest Jerome J. Anderson, 50, of Profile Street, Lanesborough on charges of operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor and motor vehicle bylaw violations.

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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