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Bath Police Media Log 09-10-2023

September 10th, 2023, Bath PD Media Log


0833- Caller has questions about an order of protection and family court matters. – Liberty St. 

0904- Missing person located. – Fairview Dr. 

0932- Traffic stop. Warning issued. – W. Morris St. 

0942- Traffic stop. Warning issued. – E. Steuben St. 

1055- Traffic stop. Warning issued. – W. Morris St. 

1131- Subject out with a malnourished dog. He advised he just got it and is trying to get it healthy. Inv. Pending. – W. William St. 

1152- Assist someone whose key got stuck in the door to an apartment. – W. Washington St. 

1157- Foot patrol. Youth football game.- Ellas Ave. 

1227- Landlord reporting subjects are repeatedly dumping trash in his dumpsters. – Geneva St. 

1233- Two males performing a lewd act in the park. Witness did not wish to provide a statement. Subjects released with warnings. – Mossy Bank Park

1310- Traffic stop. Warning issued. – Pine St. 

1345- Homeless male behind Tops with a shopping cart full of garbage. Subject advised to return the cart and dispose of his garbage. – W. Morris St. 

1357- Assist NYSP with two missing juveniles. – Sandpit Rd. 

1424- Traffic stop. Warning issued. – E. Morris St. 

1534- Homeless male from earlier given a trespass notice from Tops. – W. Morris St. 

1628- Caller reporting she is in Mossy Bank Park with her baby and saw a couple in the back seat of a truck performing sexual acts. Terry Long and Tisha Campbell arrested for public lewdness. Both issued appearance tickets. - Mossy Bank Park

1738- Caller requesting welfare checked on his son. Welfare was checked and everything was good. – May St. 

1931- Caller locked out of her house. Officers arrived on scene but had to leave due to a priority call incoming. – Lackawanna Ave. 

1933- Caller reporting a female requesting someone to call 911 because a male just attempted to rape her. After investigation, the male, Benjamin Vanzile was arrested for unlawful imprisonment 2nd and forcible touching. He was processed and transported to the jail for arraignment. – W. Morris St.  

2046- Traffic lights not working. Officers did not respond due to being on an arrest. – W. Washington St. 

2225- Caller reporting her sister is missing. – W. William St. 

2309- Caller wondering why his father was arrested. -  W. Morris St.

2323- Closed Mossy Bank Park 

0015- Caller requesting the welfare checked on a female. Female not located. – W. William St.


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