Pittsfield murder suspect held without bail after turning self in

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A Pittsfield man accused of murder is being held without bail after turning himself in Monday morning.

According to Berkshire County DA Spokesperson Fred Lantz, 20-year-old Jason Sefton was arrested after turning himself in at Central Berkshire District Court at about 9:30 a.m.

A warrant was issued for Sefton’s arrest after he allegedly stabbed and beat 34-year-old William Catalano on Robbins Avenue in Pittsfield on October 15. Catalano died at Berkshire Medical Center after he was found on a sidewalk with multiple stab wounds and other injuries.

Related: Pittsfield man dead after being found with multiple stab wounds on sidewalk

Lantz said Sefton entered a not guilty plea during his arraignment. He is due back in court on November 16 for a status conference.

Sefton is the third person to be charged with Catalano’s murder. 

Twenty-eight-year-old Bruce Romano and 22-year-old Anthony Boone also entered non-guilty pleas at their arraignments. 

Related: Two arrested for Pittsfield murder; Police looking for third suspect

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