Protection Order Arrest In Bath Yesterday
From Bath Police Chief Colin Taft: On 05/01/2023, at approximately 10:23 am, officers were dispatched to a residence on W Morris Street for a domestic in progress. It was determined that there was an active full stay away order of protection against the suspect, Joshua L. Jackson, age 29, of Bath. Jackson was taken into custody and charged with one count of Criminal Contempt in the first degree, a Class E Felony. Mr. Jackson was processed and transported to the Steuben County Jail for arraignment where he was held on bail, and was subsequently bailed out.
A Bath Woman Is Accused Of Public Lewdness
From Bath Police Chief Colin Taft: On 04/27/2023 at approximately 5:45pm, officers responded to the area of Pulteney Square Park for a report of a female subject that had just exposed her private areas in the presence of children and adults. After investigation, Stephanie L. Force, age 35, of Bath, was identified, located and taken into custody. Force was charged with one count of Public Lewdness, a Class B Misdemeanor, and one count of Endangering the Welfare of a Child, a Class A Misdemeanor. Miss Force was transported to Steuben County Jail to await CAP arraignment where she was released.
Langworthy: Thanks To The Military Veterans/Members
Republican Congressman Nick Langworthy is thanking the U.S. Navy today, for presenting him with their official seal, so he can display it in his congressional office. Congressman Langworthy notes that with it being military appreciation month, a big thank goes out to all veterans and those currently in military service.
Hornell's Drum And Bugle Show Coming To An End
Maple City Sound Chair Shawn Hogan put out a statement saying that it is with a heavy heart and great sadness that, after 35 years the Maple City Sound Committee will be disbanding, and there will not be a Drum Corps Show this year. Hogan says, the reasons are: a ack of volunteers, lack of sponsorships and the affordability of putting on a multi-thousands of dollar show. The cost of advertising, housing some Corps, it all adds up. "A thank you to the Hornell Chamber of Commerce for helping Maple City Sound over the last several years keep our shows going it was a good run and we are proud of what we accomplished and the entertainment that we provided of so many years," Hogan stated.