Pittsfield Police Log for Wednesday, July 23
Wednesday, July 23
2:01 a.m.: Police receive a report of a burglar alarm at Deidre’s Special Day on South Street.
4:24 a.m.: Police receive a report of a burglar alarm at Carr Hardware on North Street.
7:38 a.m.: An abandoned motor vehicle is reported at the Country Club of Pittsfield on South Street. Services are rendered.
9:07 a.m.: Police investigate suspicious activity at the Springside Park Petting Zoo on North Street.
11:40 a.m.: Police arrest Peter M. Trapnell, 22, of Manchester Avenue, on a warrant.
2:21 p.m.: Police investigate suspicious activity at Keenan House on Bradford Street. Services are rendered and no arrests are made.
3:37 p.m.: Police arrest Meaghan Jean Rawson, 35, of Francis Avenue, on a charge of drinking alcoholic beverages in public.
4:23 p.m.: Police arrest Brandon Messer, 34, of Second Street, and James E. Kingsbury, 32, homeless, of Pittsfield. Messer is charged with disturbing the peace, subsequent offense; Kingsbury is charged with disorderly conduct.
5:18 p.m.: Police arrest Horace L. Spratling Jr., 35, address unknown, Pittsfield, on charges of breaking and entering a building in the nighttime with the intent to commit a felony, and larceny from a building.
6:09 p.m.: An activated fire alarm is reported at the New Amsterdam Apartments on Bradford Street. Services are rendered.
6:39 p.m.: An activated fire alarm is reported in Melville Hall at Berkshire Community College on West Street. Services are rendered.
7:00 p.m.: An activated fire alarm is reported at the Greystone Apartments on North Street. Services are rendered.
8:08 p.m.: A downed tree is reported on Alcove Street. Services are rendered.
10:29 p.m.: A hit-and-run motor vehicle accident is reported on Wellington Avenue. Services are rendered.
11:26 p.m.: Police investigate a noise complaint on Burbank Street. Services are rendered and no arrests are made.
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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