Police Blotter

Bath Police Media Log 09-09-2023

September 9th, Media Log

1004- Caller requesting peacekeeper. Assistance not rendered due to caller having no permission to take possession of the property. – W Morris St

1015- Report of severe MVA. Determined to be a phone dropped out of a car that triggered an automatic accident alert to 911. – Haverling St

1017- Domestic in progress. Female subject refusing to leave residence. Female was removed from the property. Domestic Incident Report was issued to victim. – May St

1042- Unattended death investigation. Nothing suspicious. – Geneva St

1045- Caller at Bath PD to follow up on ongoing case. 

1158- Disabled vehicle blocking traffic. Vehicle towed. – W Washington St

1220-Caller has questions about the cemetery. – Rumsey St

1259- Caller just calling to chat with officers and see how officers were doing. – Lackawanna Ave

1309- Bicycle stop- person interviewed. 

1326- Arrest of juvenile suspect from ongoing case. Juvenile was released on an appearance ticket due in Family Court at a later date.

1414- Caller has questions about property

1539- Follow up to death investigation

1645- Missing person report filed. After extensive investigation, the subject returned home on 09/10/2023 and advised that he was not in any danger. – Fairview Dr

1902- Caller reporting a disturbance down the street. Two subjects were having a loud conversation. – W William St

1918- Medical advisement

1936- Caller reporting an issue with the cashier at a store. Misunderstanding, situation resolved. – W Morris St

2011- Traffic stop- warning issued

2030- Subject turning over found keys

2114- Open line. Officers spoke to multiple individuals in the area and were unable to locate the source of the call- Buell St

2127-Alfred State Public Safety reaching out regarding the missing person investigation.

2159- Mossy Bank Park closed

2218- Traffic stop- warning issued

2356- Caller reporting juvenile ran away. Juvenile located and returned home. – Haverling St

0011- Follow up to missing person investigation.

0020- Female took pills to overdose. Transported to hospital. – W William St

0024- Caller reporting loud footsteps in hallway. Then called back and reported it was his neighbor. – W Washington St

0031- TOT NYSP due to being on a call. – Water St

0131- Caller requesting phone call but did not answer on call back. – Delaware Ave

0137-Follow up to runaway juvenile

0157- Follow up to runaway juvenile

0549- Car horn going off in area. Unable to locate. – Pulteney Sq


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