November 9th, 2023, Bath PD Media Log
0832- Subject reporting fraud on his card. Was advised to start with the bank. – Liberty St.
0850- Caller reporting harassment of another female taking a video with the caller’s kids in it.- May St.
0904- Corning PD had a possible sighting of a male with a warrant out of Bath. – Liberty St.
1214- Caller reporting that her license plates are missing. Documentation for missing plates given to caller.
1222- Traffic stop. 2 UTT’s issued. – E. Morris St.
1230- Female cutting her wrists. She was transported to the hospital for further evaluation. –W. William St.
1451- Student being disruptive in school. TOT to SRO. –Haverling High School
1511- Caller reporting someone broke his window. Unfounded. - Geneva St.
1533- Warrant check. Negative results. – W. Steuben St.
1536- Warrant check. Negative results. – W. Steuben St.
1545- Fight between two females. Only verbal. Both parties separated. – May St.
1547- Traffic stop. Warning issued. – W. Morris St.
1716- Traffic stop. One UTT issued. – Rumsey St.
1850- Suspicious person caught on the caller’s ring door bell. Subject was not identified or found. – Rumsey St.
1949- Caller reporting a harassment of an adult female messaging her son threatening things. Officers made contact with the female and advised her to cease communication. – Shannon St.
2059- Traffic stop.- Warning issued. – E. Steuben St.
2107- Traffic stop. – 2 UTT’s issued. – W. Morris St.
2107- Traffic stop. – UTT issued. – Geneva St.
2111- Assisted EMS with a female having a stroke. Female was transported by ambulance to the hospital. – Maple St.
2242- Traffic stop. Warning issued- W. Morris St.
2243- Noise complaint. Upon arrival, no one was there. – W. Morris St.
2321- Traffic stop. 3 UTT’s issued. – E. Washington St.
2353- Foot Patrol- W. Pulteney Sq.
0028- Foot Patrol- Bath Plaza
0040- Traffic stop. UTT issued. – Liberty St.
0056- Caller reporting his friend is intoxicated and irate. Subject taken into custody under MHL 22.09 and transported to IDM. – Campbell St.
0444- Residents feuding over a cash app card. They were advised to go to their own bedrooms for the night. – W. William St.