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Bath Police Media Log 8-23-23


August 23rd, 2023, Bath PD Media Log


1015- Follow up with NYSP over shooting incident on Roosevelt Ave. Sunday. – NYSP Barracks 

1037- Firearm denial from gun shop. Investigation pending. – W. Morris St. 

1052- Caller requesting a peacekeeper. Upon arrival, everything was all set. – Shannon St. 

1113- Caller reporting they heard third party about a tenant who made homicidal statements the night before. Suspect interviewed, unfounded. – Geneva St. 

1113- Residential burglary alarm. TOT NYSP due to patrol being on a MHL call. – Cruger St. 

1129- Anonymous caller upset because a vehicle was parked on the sidewalk, making it so the caller had to push his bike a few feet. Unfounded. – Liberty St. 

1235- Found bicycle in a yard. TOT to police. – E. Washington St. 

1337- Disturbance. Caller worried a male subject was going to try and beat him up. Issue resolved. – W. Washington St. 

1437- April Culberston showed up for court. Bath PD had a pending bench warrant. She was arraigned and released in Bath Village Court. – Liberty St. 

1511- Subject forgot where he lives. He was directed to his house by an Officer. – E. Washington St. 

1528- Caller needs a peacekeeper. Officers stood by while she gathered her belongings. – W. William St. 

1611- Caller wants police at his house while his ex-girlfriend picked up her PlayStation. PlayStation returned to his ex. – Hubbell St. 

1843- Caller lives in California and has not heard from his father. Wants a welfare check done. Officers checked the father’s welfare and he was all set just having issues with his phone. –Geneva St. 

1915- Caller wants a call from the Officer handling a case. – Liberty St. 

1946- Caller is hallucinating. She was transported to IDM by Bath Ambulance. – Howell St. 

2028- Traffic stop. Warning issued. – W. Washington St. 

2044- Caller reporting children are being loud. – Pine St. 

2104- Male subject walked into house and sat on the caller’s couch. Caller did not wish for subject to be arrested. The male was warned and left without issue. – Hubbell St. 

2139- Hornell PD needs pedigree information in regards to a suspect they had from a larceny. Information forwarded. – Hornell PD

2147- Follow up call from an incident from earlier. – Pine St. 

2254- Possible disturbance. Unfounded. – W. William St. 

0018- Check the welfare on a subject who was putting concerning posts on social media. He was spoken to and was all set. – Belfast St. 

0120- Noise complaint. Suspect advised to keep music down. – Belfast St. 

0242- Suspicious male walking onto properties on Burton St. Officers observed camera footage and could identify who it was. Officers checked the area and were unable to locate him. – Burton St.


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