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Bath Police Media Log 09-14-2023

September 14th, 2023, Bath PD Media Log


0801- Juvenile refusing to go to school. Officers convinced him to go to school. – W. William St. 

1104- Caller’s bicycle was stolen. Refused prosecution. – Howell St. 

1128- Caller advising a female took his belongings. She did not have his belongings. – W. William St. 

1222- Traffic stop. Warning only. – E. Morris St. 

1255- Subject refusing to leave the Budget Inn. He left without issue. – W. Morris St. 

1319- Caller’s friend’s bike was stolen from the sidewalk. Victim never provided information to Officers. – W. Steuben St. 

1329- Motor vehicle accident. No injuries, accident report completed. – W. Pulteney Sq. 

1331- Jonathan Kulyeshie observed to be walking with a protected party of an order of protection. Kulyeshie arrested for criminal contempt 2nd. He was transported to the jail for arraignment and later released. 

1415- Caller requesting a peacekeeper. Officers stood by until they were all set. – Maine St.

1434- Traffic stop. Warning issued. – W. Washington St.

1619- Traffic stop. Warning issued. – W. Morris St. 

1643- Low hanging wires on the road. Utility company advised. - Gansevoort St. 

1649- Caller lent a cart to a friend and the friend has not returned it. Advised it was a civil matter. – W. Morris St. 

1712- Traffic stop. Warning issued. – W. Steuben St. 

1730- Caller needs her key back from neighbor. Neighbor would not answer door. – Lackawanna Ave. 

1826- Officers stood by while subjects did a peacekeeper. – Geneva St. 

1907- Caller sees an open door at the old Bath Packing. Officers cleared the building and no one was inside. – W. Morris St. 

2005- Caller believes his wallet was stolen. He called back later and it was found. – E. Morris St. 

2032- Follow up to a larceny report. – May St. 

2048- Caller inquiring if Bath knew who towed her vehicle. She was advised. – Buell St. 

2053- Assist NYSP with a disturbance. – Spaulding Dr. 

2248- Caller now wants to press charges in regards to a larceny complaint filed earlier. He was advised to follow up with investigating Officer on Monday. – Howell St. 

2316- Traffic stop. UTT issued. – Lackawanna Ave. 

0059- Traffic stop. Warning issued. – Dogwood St. 

0117- Report of gun shots heard. Determined to be fireworks. – Pine St. 

0127- Bicycle stop. Warning issued. – Pulteney Sq. 

0306- Check the welfare per CPS. No one was home. – Buell St.

0325- Caller requesting a check around her house. Nothing suspicious found. – Lackawanna Ave. 

0547- Foot patrol. – Liberty St.  

FCC File

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