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Arrests Made in Williamstown Hit-and-Run

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Williamstown Police on Friday afternoon announced the arrest of two residents in connection with a Feb. 9 incident on North Hoosac Road.

Sally J. Gould, 71, and John T. Gould, 69, of White Oaks Road were arrested at the Police Station following an incident that left Cheryl J. Leclaire, 54, of White Oaks Road, hospitalized.

Police Sgt. Scott McGowan and State Trooper Ryan Dickinson made the arrests.

Sally J. Gould was charged with leaving the scene of a personal injury accident and misleading, impeding and obstructing a police investigation. John T. Gould was charged with misleading, impeding and obstructing a police investigation.

On the evening of Feb. 9, Leclaire was found injured in the road by a motorist at about 6:30 p.m. At the time, police characterized the incident as a possible hit-and-run.

On Friday, McGowan reported that Leclaire remains in critical condition at Berkshire Medical Center.


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