Pittsfield Police Log for Sunday, Jan 26
Sunday, Jan. 26
n 2:34 a.m.: Police investigate a noise complaint on Woodlawn Avenue. Peace is restored.
n 9:47 a.m.: Police arrest Tina M. Lovern, 21, of Francis Avenue, and charge her with violation of an abuse/prevention order.
n 11:40 a.m.: A disabled motor vehicle is reported at Seymour Street and Wahconah Street. The vehicle is towed.
n 1:26 p.m.: Police investigate animal complaints on Columbus Avenue. Services are rendered.
n 4:23 p.m.: Police investigate a carbon monoxide detector at the New Amsterdam Apartments on Bradford Street. Services are rendered.
n 6:32 p.m.: Police investigate shoplifting at Cumberland Farms on First Street. Services are rendered.
n 8:09 p.m.: Police investigate the report of a barking dog on Woodland Drive. Services are rendered.
Saturday, Jan. 25
n 7:41 a.m.: Police investigate vandalism at Radiance Yoga on North Street. Services are rendered.
n 10:21 a.m.: Police investigate vandalism on Paul Avenue. Verbal advisement is issued.
n 1:58 p.m.: Police investigate a disturbance at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on West Street. The matter is placed on file.
n 3:14 p.m.: Police arrest Bradley J. Siefer, 36, of Second Street, and charge him with possession of a Class A substance with the intent to distribute, and possession of a Class A substance.
n 5:32 p.m.: Police arrest Israel M. Chaparro, 31, of Tyler Street, on a warrant.
n 6:01 p.m.: Police arrest Luis A. Torres, 27, of Brown Street, and charge him with possession of a Class B substance, and possession of a Class B substance with the intent to distribute, subsequent offense.
n 8:11 p.m.: Police take Lawrence McCray, 42, address unknown, of Pittsfield, into protective custody.
n 9:49 p.m.: A signal light problem is reported at Fenn Street and First Street. Services are rendered.
Editor’s note: This is a partial list compiled from Pittsfield Police Department files. A charge is not a conviction. All persons listed are innocent until proven guilty. Charges can be amended or dismissed.
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