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Bath Police Media Log 6-23-23

June 23rd, 2023, Bath PD Media Log


 

0824- Out with a Michael McCanna who has charges for criminal contempt 2nd pending. McCanna was arrested without incident and released on an appearance ticket. – W. Morris St. 

0921- Foot Patrol- Liberty St. 

0946- Follow up investigation. - Liberty St. 

1235- Traffic stop. UTT issued. – E. Morris St. 

1310- Commercial burglary alarm. Unfounded. – Geneva St. 

1252- Foot Patrol with K9 Bud. –Dog Park on Haverling St.

1326- Management asking for Officers to check for anything suspicious in the wooded area. Nothing suspicious found. – Geneva St. 

1337- Female screaming outside causing a disturbance. A MHL pickup order was issued and the female was transported to Arnot Ogden ER.- W. Morris St. 

1459- Out with a Brett Simons who has charges for criminal contempt 2nd pending. Simons was arrested without incident and released on an appearance ticket. – W. Morris St. 

1430- Caller lives in Florida and has not heard from son. Officer located her son and he advised he just did not have a phone at this time. – Howell St.  

1525- Caller reporting upstairs neighbor’s apartment may be on fire. After further investigation, it was just smoke due to over cooked food. – W. William St.  

1546- Male acting strange making gestures towards vehicles as they drive by. Male was advised to stop. – Liberty St. 

1555- Caller advising her son did not show up for work and is not answering his phone. Officers responded to son’s address and he was just sleeping and running late to work. – E. William St. 

1556- Caller reporting his wife is opening credit cards under his name. Was advised to provide all necessary paperwork and an investigation could be started. – Geneva St. 

1626- Medical advisement. Patrol did not respond. – Geneva St. 

1627- Third party caller wants to report a harassment he witnessed. Spoke with all parties and it was a disturbance over a dust pan. No charges pressed. – Liberty St. 

1630- Caller asking if police were knocking on his door. He was advised they were not. – E. William St. 

1724- Caller advising her property was left at another residence in the village and she wants it back. Officers responded and spoke with homeowner and she advised the caller took all of her property with her. – Gansevoort St. 

1749- Follow up investigation. – Wood St. 

1855- Traffic stop. Warning issued. – SR 54 

1901- Traffic stop. Warning issued. - Geneva St. 

1910- Traffic stop. Warning issued.. - Geneva St. 

1910- Medical advisement. Patrol did not respond. – E. Morris St. 

1911- Female fell and has a laceration to her head. Bath ambulance delayed and Officers had an in progress call. Female walked away on own recognizance. – Liberty St. 

1932- Two males overdosing on suspected fentanyl or heroin and are unresponsive. Both were transported to IDM for further evaluation. 

2048- Traffic stop. Warning issued. – Liberty St. 

2051- Officer observed two subjects yelling at each other. Both advised they were all set and went back to their home. – Liberty St. 

2052- Traffic stop. Warning issued. – Liberty St. 

2112- Traffic stop. Warning issued. – W. Steuben St. 

2114- Traffic stop. Warning issued. – W. Morris St. 

2116- Traffic stop. Warning issued. – Conhocton St.

2128- Traffic stop. Warning issued. – Geneva St. 

2134- Traffic stop. Warning issued. – W. Washington St. 

2136- Male calling to report he was threatened. Issue resolved. – W. Washington St. 

2156- Caller reports she was scammed $500. – Whiting St. 

2222- Closed Mossy Bank Park. 

2313- Courtesy transport for two elderly females from one side of town to another. – W. William St. 

2316- Loose dog. Dog was found and turned over to DCO. – Pine St. 

2334- Caller reporting that he knows who gave the narcotics to the two subjects who overdosed earlier. – Liberty St. 

2346- Caller reporting that a subject on a bicycle keeps falling. Upon arrival, the bicyclist was GOA. – Cruger St.

0020- Traffic stop. Warning issued. – May St. 

0336- Caller reporting a second time that he knows who gave the narcotics to the two subjects who overdosed earlier. – E. Steuben St. 

 

FCC File

On January 4, 2024 Tower Broadcasting, LLC, licensee of call signs: WABH, 1380.0, Bath, New York; W293CE, 106.5, Bath, New York; W262CX, 100.3, Bath, New York; and WVIN-FM, 98.3, Bath, New York, filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission to transfer control of its broadcast licenses to the Estate of Gordon Ichikawa.  Members of the public wishing to view this application or obtain information about how to file comments and petitions on the application can visit:  https://publicfiles.fcc.gov and search in the public files of the stations.

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