Details Emerge After Saturday’s Multiple Gunshots
More details emerge in weekend shootings in Pittsfield. The first shooting took place about 12:20pm on Saturday.
The Berkshire Eagle reports that according to witnesses, a black male wearing dark clothing get out of the passenger seat of a red Honda Pilot and start shooting toward houses on Canal Street before getting back in the car. Moments later, shots were then fired on upper North Street, this time at another vehicle.
The driver and passenger of the vehicle told police they were being tailgated by a red Honda Pilot. According to a witness, a black male hanging out the passenger window fired several rounds toward their car, which was hit several times.
The new details of the pair of weekend shootings were revealed in court documents during the arraignment yesterday of the woman who was driving the Honda.
No one was injured in the shootings.