Town of Bath Police
Police Chief James Minton reported the following incidents this week:
Destruction of property on Independence Street of a parking meter knocked out of the ground.
Domestic disturbance at 352 Wilkes Street.
Two vehicle accident at 7-11 parking lot with one vehicle leaving the scene.
Single vehicle accident on Mercer Street.
Vehicle lockout on Independence Street.
Domestic disturbance in Paw Paw, assisted Sheriff's Department.
Reckless driver on Route 9 East.
Received a 911 call for a water meter hazard on Independence Street.
Dog complaint at 219 S. Laurel Street.
911 call of a suspicious vehicle in the driveway at 39 Peer Lane.
Received 911 call of domestic disturbance at the 7-11 parking lot. Jonathan Lee Mood was arrested for violation of a emergency protection order.
Received 911 call on a recklesss driver on Fairfax Street. Driver, was located at the prosecutor's office.
Assisted Frederick County in attempting to serve a felony warrant at 210 Biser Street.
Assisted Sheriff's Department on a domestic disturbance at 68 Blazer Lane between father and daughter.
Assisted state police on a burglar alarm at 6 Howard Street.
Dog complaint on Wilkes Street.
Took report on a possible breaking and entering at Tari's Cafe.
Spoke with worker at Dollar General and informed them how to obtain emergency protection order.
Check for an unwanted person at Tari's Cafe. Building search was performed with negative contact.
Call of a hit and run on Nebo Road, assisted county on locating vehicle.
Assisted Sheriff's Department on a warrant check.
Vehicle lockout at Food Lion.
Vehicle lockout at Chelsea Lane.
Assisted Sheriff's Department on a fight at Berkeley Springs High School.
Vehicle lockout at Briarwood Lane.
In addition to 911 calls received, 57 traffic citations were issued and 29 warnings citations were issued. Also week of January 14, to January 20 41 parking citations were issued and week of January 21 to January 27 41 parking citations were issued.
Effective February 1, the Town of Bath parking enforcement officer will begin enforcing the following regulations:
Expired parking meter violators will be issued a parking ticket. This ticket will be marked at the time of issue. If this vehicle has not been moved in three hours, a second ticket will be issued.