Police Blotter

Bath Police Media Log 8-30-23

August 30th Media Log

0628- Caller requesting a male be removed from the property that has been loitering out front for several 

hours. Subject removed without issue. – W Morris St

0741- Medical advisement

0850- Report of male with no shirt on yelling on the sidewalk. Subject interviewed and advised to cease 

this activity. – Geneva St

1012- Attempt to speak with subject about property. – SR 415

1036- Found property turned into PD

1042- Medical advisement

1049- Anonymous tip that a resident released their cats outside. Investigation ongoing. – W William St

1052- Follow up in regards to ongoing investigation

1110- Anonymous tip regarding a threat between roommates. – Investigation ongoing. – W Morris St

1111- Follow up in regards to ongoing investigation. 

1305- Report of a physical domestic in progress. Domestic Incident Report completed and issued. Taylor 

S. Parsons, age 31, of Bath was arrested for Criminal Trespass in the 2nd Degree, Harassment 2nd and Criminal Mischief in the 4th Degree. Parsons was processed and transported to the Steuben County Jail to await CAP arraignment. – E Morris St

1543- Officer observed a running and occupied vehicle parked across two parking spots. Upon interview 

of the driver and following an investigation, the driver was determined to be impaired by drugs and was placed under arrest. Eric M. Manners, age 60, of Dansville, was charged with a double parked violation and one count of Driving while Ability Impaired by Drugs. Manners was processed and released on an appearance ticket, due in Bath Village Court at a later date. – Liberty St

1803- Report of a hit and run MVA. Accident exchange form issued. – Maple Heights

1855- Report of a juvenile hitting another juvenile in the face at the playground. The juvenile was turned 

over to his parents. Investigation ongoing and awaiting medical results. – Maple Heights

2002- Caller reporting disturbance on the 3rd floor. Subject interviewed, advised she did not require 

assistance, and was advised to keep the noise down. – Liberty St

2022- Patrol could hear a female yelling and made contact with her and requested she quiet down. – 

Liberty St

2035- Report of a hit and run MVA. Officers patrolled the area and were unable to locate the suspect 

vehicle. Accident report completed on scene. – E Washington St

2046-Traffic stop due to possibly in relation to the hit and run report. Determined vehicle was not 


2217- Patrol and Close Mossy Bank Park

2333- Caller stating someone on a bicycle came up on her porch and looked into her windows. Caller did 

not want to pursue charges and advised that she just wanted a report. – Gansevoort St

2335- Caller stating there are three young kids running around the neighborhood ringing doorbells and 

going in backyards. Patrol spoke to two children who were turned over to their parent. – Mountview Rd E. 

0018- Caller reporting that her ex-boyfriend was calling her names. Patrol checked the area and did not 

locate the male she was reporting. – Howell St

0317-Caller reporting that there is a female in someone’s backyard. Female located and provided a 

courtesy transport home. – W Washington St

0482- Medical advisement

0526- Foot patrol of Liberty Street.


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