Town of Bath Police Report
Town of Bath Police Chief James Minton reported these recent calls:
Assisted state police —Domestic dispute—Pious Ridge.
Assisted motorist N. Washington Street.
Assisted motorist on Fairfax Street.
Burglary alarm at C.N.B.
Assistance call 455 Wilkes St. Reference Emergency Protection order.
Abandoned vehicle on Wilkes Street.
Disabled motorist–Union Street.
Parking complaint S. Laurel Street.
Arrested motorist driving suspended.
Disabled motorist Rt. 9 E./stuck.
Destruction of property complaint—Douglas Motors.
Parking complaint—Dollar General.
Block sidewalk complaint—H&R Block.
Destruction of property Country Inn.
Destruction of property complaint—137 Hageman Street.
Invest. auto accident—New Hope Rd. Turned over to State Police.
Invest. auto accident—Johnson Mill Rd.–turned over to State Police.
911 call. Reckless driving-throw eggs at vehicles on Martinsburg Rd. Negative contact.
Disabled motorists on 522 S. called for tow truck. Waited until tow truck arrived.
Vehicle lockout at American Legion.
Assisted Morgan County Sheriff's Dept. vehicle search/Sheetz.
Assisted MC7 on fugitive warrant on Wilkes Street.
59 Citations written
13 Warnings written
53 Parking tickets issued.
Drunk driver—made contact.
Destruction of property—Douglas Motors.
Parking complaint—256 Independence Street.
Destruction of property—Church of Christ Parking lot—driver side mirror was broken off vehicle.
Blocked sidewalk at 106 Wilkes Street.
Blocked sidewalk—Nature Niche—N. Washington.
Assist Delaware State Police—locating an individual in Berkeley Springs.
Parking complaint—Independence Street.
Suspicious person—Wilkes Street.
Parking complaint Wilkes Street.
DUI—N. Washington. Person arrested.
Arrested person on warrant.
Assisted county on search warrant on N. Laurel Ave.
Runaway—located on Congress St./returned to parents.
Vehicle lockout at Hunters.
Assisted Morgan County reserves in traffic.
Assault—complaint Green Street.
Attempted bodily harm—Harrison Ave.
NOTE TO PUBLIC:
Section 11-407 Ordinance
No person shall permit the accumulation of snow or ice upon the sidewalk adjacent to any property owned or occupied by him within the town, but shall remove the same within a reasonable time not later than 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. each day that snow or ice accumulates thereon.
Upon the accumulation of any snow, ice or debris upon any sidewalk or within five feet of any sidewalk in violation of this section, the town if the owner or occupant of the adjacent property fails to do so upon notice, may remove such snow, ice or debris and the expense of such removal shall be charged to the owner of such adjacent property and shall constitute a lien upon such property.
Effective February 1, the Town of Bath Parking Enforcement Officer began enforcing the following regulations. Expired parking meter violators will be issued a parking ticket. This ticket will be marked with a time of issue. If this vehicle has not been moved in three hours, a second ticket will be issued.
Effective Wednesday, February 28, meters will be in operation on Liberty Street at the church lot of St. Vincent de Paul.