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Pamela Smith, managing editor.
Column | In the blink of an eye, in the click of a shutter
By Pamela Smith, Managing Editor • April 20, 2024
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Pamela Smith, managing editor.
Column | In the blink of an eye, in the click of a shutter
By Pamela Smith, Managing Editor • April 20, 2024
Fresh Perspective | Final Farewell
By Julia Smeltzer, Digital Manager • April 19, 2024

Police blotter: Jan. 4 – Jan 9.

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Thursday, January 4

Pitt police arrested one individual for possession of drug paraphernalia and public drunkenness on the 200 block of Atwood Street. 

Friday, January 5

Pitt police reported nothing in the crime log. 

Saturday, January 6

Pitt police assisted City police with a domestic on the 300 block of Atwood Street. 

Pitt police assisted City police with a fight on the 200 block of Craig Street. 

Sunday, January 7

Pitt police assisted City police with a domestic on the 300 block of Coltart Avenue. 

Monday, January 8

Pitt police responded to a report of a criminal mischief on Fifth Avenue and Bigelow Boulevard. 

Pitt police reported a harassment by communication at the Public Safety Building. Investigation pending. 

Pitt police issued one citation for violating a city ordinance through carrying an open container on the 3700 block of Forbes Avenue.

Pitt police assisted City police with an altercation at the Petersen Events Center. 

Pitt police took a report from an individual who said they were scammed out of money at Bouquet Gardens. Investigation pending. 

Tuesday, January 9

Pitt police reported a theft of a firearm at the Forbes Hall Pavilion. Investigation pending. 

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