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Goshen Police Blotter 10/15/12

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Goshen Police Department
Daily activity blotter for Monday, October 15, 2012
12GOS06104 10/14/2012
Nature of Call: Criminal Mischief
Blotter: Meara Dues, 20 years old, Goshen, reported that during an argument her boyfriend damaged the door to her apartment
at 2932 Elkhart Rd and broke two drinking glasses.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: YODER, MATTHEW E.,9142
Incident Location: 2932 ELKHART RD,GOSHEN,IN
10/14/12 8:15 am
Date_Incident
12GOS06105 10/14/2012
Nature of Call: PUBLIC INTOXICATION
Blotter: Garould E. O'banion, 47 yoa, unknown address in Goshen, was arrested for public intoxication near Wilden Ave. and 7th
St.. Mr. O'banion was transported to the Goshen Hospital for treatment and later transported to the Elkhart County Jail.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: OWENS, JOSH,9152
Incident Location: 400 BLK E WILDEN AVE,GOSHEN,IN
10/14/12 2:00 pm
Date_Incident
12GOS06108 10/14/2012
Nature of Call: OFFICERS REPORT- HARASSMENT
Blotter: Leah Miller, 22, 104 S 24th ST, reported that she was contacted by a female via Facebook who accused Leah of being
involved in the theft of a TV.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: MAGGERT, KIRK M,9110
Incident Location: 104 S 24TH ST,GOSHEN,IN
10/14/12 3:40 pm
Date_Incident
12GOS06106 10/14/2012
Nature of Call: OFFICERS REPORT- THREAT MADE IN OFFICERS PRESENCE
Blotter: John Lung, Goshen, reported that a dog had been left alone at the residence all weekend and felt that due to this, was
not receiving proper care. I met with Mr. Lung and the resident of the home and determined that the dog had been left with food
and water in the home and had been left a little more than 24 hours. Upon leaving the residence, Mr. Lung made a vague threat
toward the resident of the home. A report was completed.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: BARKEY, TONY,9138
Incident Location: 704 S 12TH ST,GOSHEN,IN
10/14/12 4:29 pm
Date_Incident
12GOS06107 10/14/2012
Nature of Call: OFFICERS REPORT-DOG BITE
Blotter: Jennifer Ankrom, Goshen, reported being bitten by a loose dog in the area of 5th St. and Middlebury St.. Mrs. Ankrom
was treated at Goshen Hospital for her injuries.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: OWENS, JOSH,9152
Incident Location: 200 W HIGH PARK AVE,GOSHEN,IN
10/14/12 5:14 pm
Date_Incident
12GOS06110 10/14/2012
Nature of Call: THEFT OF BICYCLE
Blotter; Andrew Murto, 26 Yoa, 1216 Wilson St, Goshen, reported the theft of his bicycle from 120 S Main St, Goshen. A report
was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: EVANS, LANCE,9159
Incident Location: 120 S MAIN ST,GOSHEN,IN
10/14/12 1:00 am
Date_Incident
12GOS06111 10/14/2012
Nature of Call: POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE
Blotter: Amanda Watkins, 28 Yoa, 1407 N Market St, North Manchester, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance
at 2022 Lincolnway East, Goshen. Amanda was taken to the Elkhart County Jail.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: EVANS, LANCE,9159
Incident Location: 2022 LWE,GOSHEN,IN
10/14/12 6:30 pm
Date_Incident
12GOS06113 10/15/2012
Nature of Call: OFFICERS REPORT - POSSIBLE STOLEN METAL
Blotter: Two males were observed taking items from a dumpster at 712 W. Lincoln, ( Anytime Fitness ).The two males were told
to put the items back to which they complied. An officers report was competed.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: HAVENS, JOSHUA M.,9145
Incident Location: 712 W LINCOLN AVE,GOSHEN,IN
10/15/12 1:26 am
Date_Incident
12GOS06114 10/15/2012
Nature of Call: OPERATOR NEVER LICENSED
Blotter. Jose Vazquez-Rodriguez, 29 yoa of 2043 Frances Ave, Elkhart, was arrested on a charge of operating without ever
receiving a valid license and released at the scene with a court date. Jose was arrested after being stopped for driving with
fictitious plates on the vehicle he was driving in the 2200 blk Elkhart Rd.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: ULANOWICZ, KENNETH,9158
Incident Location: 2220 ELKHART RD,GOSHEN,IN
10/15/12 5:10 am
Date_Incident

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