Pittsfield Police log for March 19

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Two found dead in St. Johns Co., murder-suicide suspected

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Two found dead in St. Johns Co., murder-suicide suspected
First Coast News
54 CONNECT 9 TWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE. ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. — A middle-aged couple was found dead Friday morning in a St. Johns County home. According to the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office, it is most likely a murder-suicide.
Couple found dead in St. Johns County home; looks to be murder-suicide Florida Times-Union
Sheriff’s Office: Two St. Johns County residents dead in apparent murder-suicide St. Augustine Record

Man charged with shooting one-time potential business partner in Glendale

BURBANK >> A Burbank man was charged Friday with the attempted murder of his one-time potential business partner in Glendale.

Artyom Martirosyan, 40, is also charged with assault with a firearm and making criminal threats.

He allegedly approached the victim in the driveway of his Glendale home about noon Wednesday and shot him several times, according to Susan Steinfeld, deputy-in-charge of the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office’s office in Glendale.

Martirosyan also allegedly threatened to kill a witness to the shooting, according to the prosecutor.

He was arrested later that day by Glendale police.

Martirosyan is jailed without bail. He is due back in a Burbank courtroom Dec. 8, when a date is scheduled to be set for a hearing to determine if there is enough evidence to require him to proceed to trial.

He could face a potential maximum life prison sentence if convicted, according to the District Attorney’s Office.

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Man arrested for kidnapping, sexual battery

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Man arrested for kidnapping, sexual batteryPensacola News JournalA man who kidnapped and sexually battered a woman Thursday has been arrested, according to the Pensacola Police Department. Kyheem Scott, 26, of North Donnelson Street, Pensacola, was cha…

Pasadena teacher’s ex-boyfriend pleads not guilty in case of nude photos sent to students, educators

PASADENA — A man who allegedly sent nude photos of his ex- boyfriend — a high school teacher in Pasadena — to other educators and students pleaded not guilty today to criminal charges.

David Galvan, 38, is charged with one felony count each of false personation and identity theft, along with one misdemeanor count of Internet/electronic impersonation and three misdemeanor counts of obscene matter.

Galvan allegedly sent naked pictures of his ex-boyfriend via the teacher’s Muir High School work e-mail to teachers, students and others in his ex-boyfriend’s contact list on July 10, according to Deputy District Attorney Christine Kee.

A criminal investigation revealed that the emails were not sent by the teacher, who was out of the country when they were sent, Pasadena police Lt. Terysa Rojas said last month.

“Further investigation revealed the e-mails were sent by (the victim’s) estranged partner, David A. Galvan … who had unlawfully accessed (the teacher’s) Pasadena Unified School District e-mail account,” Rojas alleged. “Suspect Galvan was reportedly angry over the relationship ending when he distributed the obscene pictures.”

Galvan is free on $110,000 bond and is due back in a Pasadena courtroom Jan. 5, when a date is scheduled to be set for a hearing to determine if there is enough evidence to require him to stand trial.

He could face up to six years and two months behind bars if convicted, according to the District Attorney’s Office.

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Credit Suisse Ordered to Pay U.S. $1.8 Billion

     (CN) – Credit Suisse will pay $1.8 billion in fines and restitution after pleading guilty today to helping wealthy U.S. citizens avoid paying taxes.     The guilty plea was accepted this morning by…

RPD: Bank, motel robbery suspect caught

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RPD: Bank, motel robbery suspect caught
Richmond
Police say the man responsible for robberies last week at a motel and bank on Richmond’s east side has been arrested hundreds of miles away on the East Coast. Kevin S. Pierce, 38, of Muncie, Ind., is accused of robbing the Best Western Classic Inn at