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Bath Police Media Log 09-05-23

September 5th, 2023, Bath PD Media Log


0719- Caller wants to turn in a wallet. Upon arrival, subject was not there. – Liberty St. 

0743- Follow up in regards to a female subject possibly being held in a basement against her will. Officers checked the basement with negative results. Unfounded complaint, called by a third party. – W. Morris St. 

0800- Caller reporting a male with a suspended license was driving to liquor store. Officers were unable to locate the vehicle. – Geneva St. 

0816- Check the welfare on a subject sleeping in his car. Subject was all set. – W. Washington St. 

0924- Caller’s landlord shut off his electric. Landlord responded and turned it back on. – Campbell St. 

0946- Police alarm at church. No issues. – W. Washington St. 

1138- Caller found a stuffed animal with a knife through it. Possible landlord/ tenant dispute. Investigation ongoing. – W. Morris St. 

1202- Caller reporting packages stolen from his porch. No cameras and no suspects. – W. Morris St.  

1232- Possible electrical fire. Fire dept. reporting nothing showing. – Liberty St. 

1308- Follow up investigation. – Liberty St. 

1352- Assist codes enforcement. – E. Morris St. 

1535- Information on a subject who drives intoxicated 2-3 times a day. – Chestnut St. 

1544- Caller wants to speak to Officers in regards to getting a rock thrown at him on Sunday. – Buell St. 

1610- DSS worker requesting to speak with Officer for an ongoing case. – Liberty St.

1611- Fraud investigation involving members of a bank being impersonated. – Wilson Ave. 

1627- Subject wants to know how to retrieve his property after he got arrested. – Liberty St. 

1644- Caller wants a peacekeeper to retrieve his belongings. Caller never showed up. – W. Washington St. 

1738- Caller wants to know if she can retrieve property from her deceased husband’s home. – Manor Village.

1743- Caller wants to know if her son has a warrant. –Belfast St. 

1752- Subject at Bath PD retrieving his vehicle from a previous arrest. – Liberty St.

1808- Caller reporting her juvenile daughter got angry and tried to damage the door due to the mother not allowing her to go to a school event. No damage actually occurred. – Casey Ln. 

1851- Traffic stop. UTT issued. – W. Washington St. 

1918- Domestic dispute. Parties separated and DIR completed. – Warden St. 

1934- Check the welfare on the caller’s mother. Mother was found to be impatient at the hospital. Caller notified of findings. – Geneva St. 

1943- Domestic dispute. DIR completed. – E. Steuben St. 

2134- Customers being unruly. Advised to not go back to the store. – W. Morris St. 

2304- Mossy Bank closed. 

2317- Disturbance. Subject broke a window to get inside his residence as it was locked. – Warden St. 

0008- Alarm at Kwik Fill. Suspects left scene prior to Officer Arrival. 

0352- Cones in the roadway. Moved without issue. – W. Washington St. 

0437- Caller reporting a male is harassing him. – W. Morris St.


FCC File

On January 4, 2024 Tower Broadcasting, LLC, licensee of call signs: WABH, 1380.0, Bath, New York; W293CE, 106.5, Bath, New York; W262CX, 100.3, Bath, New York; and WVIN-FM, 98.3, Bath, New York, filed an application with the Federal Communications Commission to transfer control of its broadcast licenses to the Estate of Gordon Ichikawa.  Members of the public wishing to view this application or obtain information about how to file comments and petitions on the application can visit:  https://publicfiles.fcc.gov and search in the public files of the stations.

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