NEW BEDFORD — Brandon St. Pierre signed his name on the “New Commitment Housing Classification” form at the Ash Street jail on April 24, 2000. Above his signature appears three classifications. A check mark was inked beside “General Population: No problems expected.” The document appears as part of 526 pages associated with the Fall River native’s institutional records at Bristol County Jail and House of Corrections. The documents, obtained by the Standard-Times through a public records request, reveal the 15 years that followed St. Pierre signing the document were mired with constant problems, ending when correctional officers found him hanging from a window on May 6, 2015 in Cell M-03. He was 32. St. Pierre’s suicide represents one of 14 in the last decade at Bristol County correctional facilities, according to Sheriff Thomas Hodgson’s office. Eleven suicides have occurred under Hodgson’s watch in the last five years. In a 15-year period, from 1998 through 2012, the Bristol County Sheriff’s Office reported 10 suicides. The spike follows a statewide trend where Massachusetts ranks fourth in the country with 32 suicides per 100,000 state and federal prisoners. The national avera...