Pittsfield Police Log for Monday, June 23
Monday, June 23
12;41 a.m.: Police investigate suspicious activity at the Mycom Credit Union on Fenn Street. Services are rendered.
1:48 a.m.: A stolen motor vehicle is reported at Family Dollar on North Street. Party is transported to hospital.
7:57 a.m.: Police investigate a burglary on Sadler Avenue.
9:14 a.m.: Police arrest Jacob Burrow, 31, of Oakhurst, Calif., on charges of disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and assault and battery on a police officer.
10:00 a.m.: Sex offenses are reported at Reid Middle School on North Street. The matter is placed on file.
10:23 a.m.: Police arrest William Neronha, 44, address unknown, Pittsfield, on a warrant.
11:03 a.m.: Police investigate a past attempted burglary on Hubbard Avenue. Services are rendered.
12:19 a.m.: A residential fire alarm is reported on Pecks Road. The Fire Department is called.
1:22 p.m.: Police investigate road conditions on the railroad tracks overpass on Hubbard Avenue. Services are rendered.
3;20 p.m.: Police investigate vandalism at Victory Temple on Dewey Avenue.
4:35 p.m.: Police investigate a disturbance at the Intermodal Transportation Center on Columbus Avenue. Services are rendered.
5:03 p.m.: Police arrest Kenneth O. Diorio, 59, of North Street, on a charge of disturbing the peace, subsequent offense.
5;44 p.m.: Police perform a well-being check at Barton’s Crossing on North Street. Party is transported to hospital.
7:29 p.m.: Police arrest Michael S. Hicks, 24, of Appleton Avenue, on a warrant.
8:18 p.m.: Police investigate an assault at St. Joseph Church on North Street. Services are rendered.
9:12 p.m.: Fireworks are reported at St. Mark’s School on Columbus Avenue Extension. Party could not be located.
9:59 p.m.: Police investigate suspicious activity on West Street. Peace is restored.
11:58 p.m.: Police investigate soliciting/panhandling on Montvue Street. Services are rendered.
This is a partial list compiled from Pittsfield Police Department records. A charge is not a conviction. All persons listed are innocent until proven guilty. Charges can be amended or dismissed.
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