Pittsfield women denies robbery spree
PITTSFIELD, Mass.—A Pittsfield woman accused of holding up four city businesses at gunpoint over several days in February has been ordered held on $50,000 bail.
Danielle Kenyon pleaded not guilty Thursday in Berkshire Superior Court to four armed robbery counts.
Prosecutors say the 49-year-old Kenyon robbed three Elm Street businesses: a Getty gas station on Feb. 5, Angelina's Submarine Shop on Feb. 18, and Palmer's Variety on Feb. 21. She is also charged with a Feb. 25 holdup at the Lipton Mart on West Housatonic Street.
Authorities say the thief wore a mask during the robberies and in some instances carried a handgun and in others used a garden sprayer covered in black tape.
The Berkshire Eagle ( http://bit.ly/JoFoq2) reports that her lawyer says she had nothing to do with the holdups.
Information from: The Berkshire Eagle, http://www.berkshireeagle.com