It seems like the hints you are passing Pinpoint might not reflect reality:
[1/23/2016 11:38:57 PM] [DEBUG] [Telescope Thread] Plate Solve Hint RA: 9.92551546381388
[1/23/2016 11:38:57 PM] [DEBUG] [Telescope Thread] Plate Solve Hint DEC: 69.0770176439966
[1/23/2016 11:38:57 PM] [DEBUG] [Telescope Thread] Plate Solve Hint Scale: 1.39314139871517
I say this because after Pinpoint fails Astrometry succeeds, but notes a fairly large difference between your hints and reality:
[1/23/2016 11:40:02 PM] [DEBUG] [Unknown] Astrometry.NET - Job successfully solved
[1/23/2016 11:40:03 PM] [DEBUG] [Telescope Thread] Solve might be bad (auto center)! New solve coordinates deviate too far from current position…
Without the actual image to test I am just guessing (though, given the information above, it seems a pretty educated guess).
The usual suspect in cases like this is that the telescope incurred a bad initial sync so It didn’t stand a chance. What method did you use to sync your scope?
Lastly, I am obligated to inform you that you are no longer using a supported version of SGPro.