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Goshen Police Blotter 02/18/13

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Goshen Police Department
Daily activity blotter for Monday, February 18, 2013
13GOS00855 02/17/2013
LEAVING SCENE OF PROPERTY Nature of Call: DAMAGE ACCIDENT
BLOTTER: Michael Hatfield, 50YOA, Cromwell, reported his Ford truck was struck by another vehicle which then left the scene
while parked in the parking lot of Walmart, 2304 Lincolnway E. Michael reported the incident occurred from 1348hrs-1450hrs. A
case was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: HUSER, TYLER,9156
Incident Location: 2304 LWE,GOSHEN,IN
2/17/13 1:48 pm
Date_Incident
13GOS00856 02/17/2013
Nature of Call: BATTERY
Blotter: Monika Ovsyannikova, 48 yoa, Goshen, reported that her 24 year old daughter pushed her in residence, causing pain to
her right knee.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: BURKS, TODD E,9146
Incident Location: 1850 WESTPLAINS,GOSHEN,IN
2/17/13 3:26 pm
Date_Incident
13GOS00858 02/17/2013
Nature of Call: POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA
Blotter: William Middleditch, 21YOA, 18867 Wilderness Dr, Goshen, was arrested for possession of marijuana after a traffic stop
was conducted for a window tint violation in the 1800 Blk Lincolnway E. William was released with a promise to appear.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: HUSER, TYLER,9156
Incident Location: 1800 BLK LWE,GOSHEN,IN
2/17/13 5:24 pm
Date_Incident
13GOS00857 02/17/2013
Nature of Call: DOMESTIC BATTERY PRIOR CONVICTION
Blotter: Israel Acosta, 38 years of age, 517 S. Main St., Goshen, was arrested for domestic battery in the presence of a child
under 16 years of age after officers had conducted an investigation at address where a domestic fight had been reported. He
was incarcerated at the Elkhart County Jail.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: HUBBARD, HOWARD W.,9130
Incident Location: 517 S MAIN ST,GOSHEN,IN
2/17/13 4:56 pm
Date_Incident
13GOS00859 02/17/2013
Nature of Call: CHINS
Blotter; Police were called to the 400 Blk E Lincoln Ave, Goshen, reference a found 2 Yoa child. When police arrived, they found
the person responsible for caring for the child. It was determined that that child had left the the house where he was being cared
for without anyone at the residence realizing that the child was gone. A report was taken and DCS was contacted.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: EVANS, LANCE,9159
Incident Location: 400 BLK E LINCOLN,GOSHEN,IN
2/17/13 9:16 pm
Date_Incident

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