Update — The Chemung County Sheriff’s Office has released information on two of the four arrested during Wednesday’s warrant service in the Town of Southport.

Joseph A. Waters, 35, of Southport was arrested on Thursday on an active bench warrant for failure to appear on the charges of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the 7th Degree and Criminal Impersonation.

The Southport Town Court issued the charges on Waters on September 10, 2021.

Police say Waters was arraigned in Southport Town Court and remanded to the Chemung County Jail in lieu of cash bail.

Police say they also arrested Tara L. Close, 36, of Elmira on the charge of trespass violation stemming from a complaint at Tops Markets occurring in January, 2023.

Close was issued an appearance ticket to appear in Southport Court at a later date.

According to Sheriff William Schrom, two other individuals were arrested with outstanding warrants against them.

Information on those individuals has yet to be released by the Sheriff’s Department.

SOUTHPORT, N.Y. (WETM) — Multiple agencies responded to a residence on Charles Street in Southport on Wednesday, including tactical response teams and animal control.

According to the Chemung County Sheriff’s Office, units were at the residence to serve a warrant and were in the area sometime after noon.

A reporter on the scene noticed an individual in the back of a Chemung County Sheriff’s Vehicle, but it’s unknown at this time how many people were taken into custody.

Numerous vehicles blocked off Charles Street as the warrant was being served, blocking all traffic from proceeding on the southern end of the road.

Animal control was called to the scene as it was reported there were dogs inside the residence.

Units from Horseheads, New York State Police, Horseheads Police, and Chemung County Sheriff’s Office were on the scene.

18 News will update this story as more information is made available.