Bath PD: $28,000 In Damage Done In Bath Facility
The Village of Bath Police Department reports the arrest of Jordan J. Burgado, age 20, who was arrested on an active arrest warrant for one count of Criminal Mischief in the second degree, a class D Felony. It is alleged that Burgado caused damage, in excess of $28,000, to a residential
facility in the Village of Bath. Burgado was processed and transported to Steuben County Jail for arraignment
where he was released without bail. Burgado is due in Bath Village Court at a later date.
A Town Hall Is Happening In Bath Today
A Town Hall meeting on issues surrounding underage drinking is happening today, 11 am to 2 pm in Pulteney Square. The event features a keynote speech “Consequences of Bad Decisions,” by Kimberly Clark and comments by Steuben County Sheriff James Allard and Steuben Prevention Coalition (SPC) Chairwoman, county Legislator Hilda Lando, (D-Corning City). "Too many times have I had to tell a parent that their child is not coming home," Sheriff Allard said. "Not neccesarily because the child was driving drunk, but because the child was riding with an intoxicating or impaired person," the sheriff stated. "Impaired and intoxicated driving is still one of the number one cause of criminal deaths in our county."
Will There Be A Friday Night Football Game This Week?
The Haverling Rams varsity football team was all set to play against the Waterloo Indians Friday night. However, according to Haverling Rams Coach Matt Ford, it turns out Waterloo does not have enough players. "We learned Monday night that our opponent, Waterloo, does not have enough players that are eligible, so they (Waterloo) had to cancel our game on Friday," Ford told WVIN's David Taylor Smith this morning on Community Focus. "Right now we're trying to schedule a last minute game with a Pennsylvania school," Ford said. "I don't know if that's going to happen or not, our back up plan is that we're going to have a scrimmage on Saturday morning at 9am with Penn Yan, Dundee and Hornell."
Covid Test Kits Update From Steuben County Public Health
Steuben County Public Health says, people were ordering home covid test kits, but the funding for that is coming to an end on Friday. "The federal home tests that people have been ordering, the government did not appropriate more funds, so that comes to an end this Friday," said Lorelei Wagner, from Steuben County Public Health.