Son attacks Father
A father – son domestic dispute that occurred during the early morning hours of December 23, has resulted in the arrest of a Bath man. Troopers were dispatched to Corning Hospital for an assault victim with serious injuries. Investigation revealed that at a private residence in the Town of Jasper, Christopher W. Quick, age 37, of #4 Colonial Lawns, Bath, repeatedly struck his father, resulting in orbital fractures, puncture wounds to the chest, and lacerations to the head, hand, and face. Quick was located at a private residence in Corning. He was charged with Attempted Assault, 2nd degree, a class “E” felony; arraigned before Bath Town Justice James Burns; and remanded to jail without bail. The victim was treated at Corning Hospital, and subsequently transferred to Robert Packer Hospital in Sayre, Pa.
Fire Department Out Christmas Eve
The Bath Fire Department was out last night, but it was not for a fire. The Christmas truck which is decorated annually by members of the Bath Volunteer Fire Dept was driving around town. Visiting homes and handing out candy canes to children. It’s an annual activity by the local firemen to wish the community a Merry Christmas.
Corning Man Arrested
Corning Police have announced the arrest of 36 year Chad Felker and charged with Assault, Criminal Possession of a Weapon, and Endangering the Welfare of a Child on Friday night.
Police report the Felker allegedly hit a 14 year old in the face causing temporary loss of vision. He was issued an Order of Protection and will face the judge Jan 2nd
Elmira Heights Girl Missing
A sad story from Elmira Heights on this Christmas Day. Police are continuing their investigation into the disappearance of a 14 year old Evelyn Walborn. The girl was last seen on Dec 18th around 7:30am when she was heading for school. Police are following all leads and trying to determine where she might be and how she disappeared. Anyone with information on where the teenager could be are asked to contact the Elmira Heights Police Department at 733-6580.