Police Blotter

Bath Police Media Log 8-26-23


August 26th Media Log

0905- Sex offender verification – W Washington St

0932- Secure scene for ambulance personnel. Subject transported to hospital without issue. – Liberty St

1113- Caller reporting her dad attempted to enter her safe but was not successful. Subject spoken to. – Gansevoort St

1125- Traffic stop- 1 UTT issued

1128- Traffic stop- warning issued

1143- Traffic stop- warning issued

1149- Traffic stop- 1 UTT issued

1255- Traffic stop- warning issued

1414- Traffic stop- 1 UTT issued

1432- Caller has questions regarding an incident from the night prior.

1445- Caller has questions regarding if he has a warrant. 

1518- Medical advisement 

1541- Caller reporting she was going to sell a bike to someone but he took the bike and did not pay. Investigation ongoing. – Geneva St

1553- Traffic stop- warning issued

1651- Open line- accidental dial. – Burton St

1702- Follow up to bicycle investigation. – Geneva St

1722- Caller reporting that he cut his own throat with a knife in a suicide attempt. Medical aid was rendered and the male was transported to the hospital for assistance. – E Washington St

1759- Subject observed with an open container of beer. Appearance ticket issued for open container. – W Morris St

1826- Caller requesting phone call about the ongoing bicycle investigation. 

1838-Caller requesting mental health assistance. Caller was transported to the hospital via Bath Ambulance. – W Pulteney Sq

1954- Sex offender verification- W Washington St & W Morris St

1957- Caller placed a call to 911 and then hung up on them. Officers located the caller and determined that he did not require assistance. – W Morris St

2020- Loud music complaint, officers requested that the music be turned down. – Buell St

2037- Traffic stop- warning issued

2046- Traffic stop- warning issued

2052- Traffic stop- warning issued

2204- Intoxicated female at the police department requesting assistance. Female was provided a courtesy transport home. 

2250- Patrol and close Mossy Bank Park

2330- Third party caller stating that there is a domestic dispute occurring at the residence. Officers interviewed all parties and determined that a domestic was not occurring. – Belfast St

0050- Traffic stop- warning issued

0211- Medical advisement

0418- Caller reporting they heard something in front of their house. Officers checked the area and did not locate anything suspicious. – W Morris St

0505- Traffic stop- warning issued

0533- Foot patrol of Liberty St


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