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bath Police Media Log 8-17-23


August 17th, 2023, Bath PD Media Log


0708- Wires down in roadway. Electric company contacted. – Wood St. 

0923- Foot Patrol. – Fairgrounds 

1018- Check the welfare of an intoxicated female at the Mental Health Building. She was spoken to and a sober party picked her up. – Liberty St. 

1058- Check the welfare of a male acting “out of character”. The male was all set and did not need assistance. –Mountanview Rd. W. 

1152- Uncooperative caller advising a female acting strange on the bench. No other information provide. Female was GOA. – Pulteney Sq. Park. 

1214- Caller has questions regarding an incident that occurred the day before. – Liberty St. 

1249- Officers provided an escort for Fagans Funeral home to the VA.- W. Morris St. 

1318- Report of smoke alarm going off inside of residence. No fire occurred. – Warden St.   

1419- Melinda Burleson responded to Bath PD to turn herself in on an active arrest warrant. She was processed and transported to the Steuben County Jail for arraignment. – Liberty St. 

1628- Caller reporting vehicles parked in front of no parking signs at the fair. TOT SCSO.- Rumsey St. 

1942- Caller reporting someone is in his backyard. Suspect was located and advised to leave. He left without incident. – Campbell St. 

2009- Bicycle stop. 2 Local Law appearance tickets issued. – Liberty St. 

2022- Caller stated someone was inside of his apartment. Officers checked and no one was inside. – W. Washington St. 

2158- Caller reporting a male by the name of Ray Daniels walked inside of her apartment and sat next to her 6 y/o child. Daniels was arrested for Criminal Trespass 2nd and Endangering the Welfare of a Child.- E. Morris St.


0000 -Closed Mossy Bank Park.

0014- Caller reporting she hit an unknown animal with her vehicle accidently. Officers responded and located a deceased cat. – Campbell St. 

0432- Late entry bike patrol- Village Streets

0542- Foot Patrol- Liberty St.


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