Police Blotter

Bath Police Media Log 09-07-2023

September 7th, Media Log

0713- Caller requesting an ambulance for a mental health crisis. Subject transported. – W Morris 


0727- Foot patrol of Liberty St

0935- Caller following up on previous complaint. – W Morris St

1045- Foot patrol at dog park- Haverling St

1048- One car MVA. Accident report completed. -  W Washington St

1055- Caller reporting a disturbance. Officers unable to locate second party for interview. – W 

Morris St

1127- Anonymous tip that poles were taken from a yard on E Washington St. 

1131- Caller reports a female locked him out of his house. Female was advised to leave the home 

as she was no longer welcome, and left without incident. – W Steuben St

1223- Caller reporting he was drugged with laced marijuana and was transported to the hospital 

by ambulance. – E William St

1247- Check the welfare of male, negative contact. – Maple Heights

1319- Subject causing a disturbance. Subject placed in custody for MHL 9.41 and transported to 

hospital for mental health treatment. – E Morris St

1520- Possible stolen laptop from Haverling School, laptop retrieved, investigation ongoing. – W 

Morris St

1632- Caller asking if lost property had been turned in. - W Morris St

1857- Caller has questions about things he found in a dumpster. – Liberty St

1916- Subject at PD to retrieve property

2122- Caller needs help finding his belongings. Officers were not able to locate his belongings 

for him. – Liberty St

2159- Caller reporting there is someone outside her door. Officers checked the area and did not 

locate anything suspicious. – Geneva St

2216- Patrol and close Mossy Bank Park

2338- Officers attempted to stop Dale Comstock, age 40, of Bath, for an active NYSP arrest 

warrant. Comstock fled from officers and was eventually taken into custody. Comstock was arrested and processed for one count of Obstructing Governmental Administration in the second degree, given an appearance ticket, and turned over to NYSP on their warrant. – E William St

0204- Medical advisement

0310- Caller concerned someone may have been in her apartment because the door was left 

unlocked. Officers checked the apartment. – Water St

0346- Male stumbling in the middle of Liberty St. Male stated he was waiting for a ride and was 

all set. Male advised to wait on the sidewalk. – Liberty St

0418- Traffic stop- warning issued

0456- Traffic stop- 1 UTT issued


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