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Bath Police Media Log 6-27-23

June 27th, 2023, Bath PD Media Log


0744- Disabled vehicle blocking the roadway. Towed by Fleet Pride- McMaster St. 

0745- Warrant check. Negative results. – Liberty St. 

0757- Caller trying to get into boyfriends apartment and landlord not allowing her to go in. She was advised to get a notarized letter allowing her to go in since he is incarcerated. – E. William St.  

0907- Traffic Stop. UTT issued. – May St. 

0935- Order to seize dogs in regards to an animal cruelty investigation. – W. Steuben St. 

0937- Caller not understanding an issue that has been explained to him previously. He was explained the issue again. – E. William St. 

1005- Kathleen Hill and Dale Scofield arrested on animal cruelty warrant- W. Steuben St. 

1230- 10 y/o bicycle was stolen. Called back and they found his bicycle and did not wish for an investigation to be started. – E. Washington St. 

1231- Traffic Stop. UTT issued. – SR 415

1231- Disorderly male causing a disturbance and is yelling. Arrested Julius Jones for disorderly conduct. Issued an appearance ticket to respond to court at a later date. – Liberty St. 

1311- Two males trespassing on caller’s property. A Jeffrey Parker was arrested for Criminal Contempt 2nd. Issued an appearance ticket and is due back in court at a later date. – Gansevoort St. 

1326- Caller reporting an order of protection violation. Turned over to another agency due to Officers tied up on an arrest. – W. Morris St. 

1354- Adam Greenburg arrested on a warrant for Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 7th. He was transported to the jail to be arraigned. – E William St.

1500- Foot Patrol- Liberty St. 

1539- Medical advisement. Patrol did not respond. – Liberty St.

1612- Caller has questions in regards to being arrested earlier- E. William St. 

1647- Check the welfare of a female who was acting out of it in the parking lot. She was transported to the hospital by Bath Ambulance. – Geneva St.

1744- Caller has questions in regards to a seized dog. – Liberty St. 

1816- Traffic Stop. Warning issued. – W. Washington St. 

1835- Traffic Stop. UTT issued. – W. Washington St. 

1924- Caller reporting her son is trespassing. She has a full stay away order of protection against him. He was located, however, never served his OP. SCSO served him his OP and he was advised not to go back to his mothers. – Haverling St. 

1935- Dispute over a bicycle. Issue resolved. – Purdy St. 

1949- Caller reporting a male is walking down the street acting strange. Patrol spoke with the male and he was all set. Haverling St. 

1955- Subject picking his bicycle up from the PD in regards to a previous complaint. – Liberty St. 

2203-Mossy Bank Park closed. 

2217- Caller reporting her neighbor accused her of poisoning her dog. Owner of the dog advised to get the dog to a Vet ASAP if she believed it was poisoned. – Colonial Lawns

2233- Traffic Stop. Warning issued. – Liberty St. 

2345- Caller believes people from Los Angeles are stalking him and just wants a report on file. – McMaster St. 

0410- Foot Patrol. Subject found sleeping in front of the Elks Club on Liberty St. The male was advised to move along. – Liberty St. 



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