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Goshen Police Blotter 05/06/13

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Goshen Police Department
Daily activity blotter for Monday, May 6, 2013
13GOS02229 05/05/2013
Nature of Call: OFFICERS REPORT - VERBAL ARGUMENT
Blotter: Patricia Lugo reported to police a verbal argument. It was decided that all parties would separate. All parties agreed
this is a workable solution and they will adhere to the rules of leaving each other alone.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: MILLER, D. SHAYNE,9148
Incident Location: 405 MAPLE CT,GOSHEN,IN
5/5/13 8:00 am
Date_Incident
13GOS02231 05/05/2013
Nature of Call: OFFICERS REPORT - FAMILY ARGUMENT
Blotter: Officers were dispatched to 308 Roxbury Park regarding a possibly incorrigible juvenile male. A report concerning the
incident was completed.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: YODER, MATTHEW E.,9142
Incident Location: 308 ROXBURY PK,GOSHEN,IN
5/5/13 1:00 pm
Date_Incident
13GOS02232 05/05/2013
Nature of Call: RUNAWAY
Blotter: Laura Osowski, 42 years old, reported her juvenile son as a runaway. A report was taken, the juvenile was entered as a
runaway and the juvenile information was sent out in an 'attempt to locate' message.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: YODER, MATTHEW E.,9142
Incident Location: 1007 COLONIAL MANOR DR,GOSHEN,
5/3/13 8:00 am
Date_Incident
13GOS02233 05/05/2013
Nature of Call: OFFICERS REPORT- HARASSMENT
Blotter: Angela Lemarr, 26 YOF, 1101 West Avenue, called police in reference to being harassed by a male subject. Police
arrived and spoke with Angela and subjects in the area who witnessed the incident . A report was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: CLERE, MARK D,9160
Incident Location: 1101 WEST AVE,GOSHEN,IN
5/5/13 4:15 pm
Date_Incident
13GOS02235 05/05/2013
Nature of Call: INVASION OF PRIVACY
Blotter: Carla Olivares, 30yoa, Goshen, reported to police that on 05/05/2013 at apporximately 17:00 hrs, her ex-husband violated
the protection order that she has against him. Carla stated that her ex-husband drove his vehicle in her drive way, parked it, and
then proceeded to walk around her residence. Police verified that Carla does have a valid protection order against her
ex-husband. A report was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: ROSALES, ALEXANDRO,R100
Incident Location: 1046 VAN GILST DR,GOSHEN,IN
5/5/13 5:00 pm
Date_Incident
13GOS02236 05/05/2013
Nature of Call: OFFICERS REPORT/ REFUSAL TO LEAVE
Blotter; Jacqueline Kundrat, 25 Yoa, 221 Brookside Manor, Goshen, reported her ex-boyfriend was at her residence refusing to
leave. Police had her ex-boyfriend leave the residence and a report was taken. I again advised him not to return and he needed
to stay away. A extra patrol was requested.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: EVANS, LANCE,9159
Incident Location: 221 BROOKSIDE MNR,GOSHEN,IN
5/5/13 8:55 pm
Date_Incident
13GOS02237 05/05/2013
Nature of Call: RUNAWAYS (PERSONS UNDER 18)
Blotter; Alma Ochoa, 37 Yoa, 907 Galen Ct, Goshen, reported her 15 Yoa juvenile daughter left home without permission. The
juvenile was entered into Ncic and Idacs and a report was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: EVANS, LANCE,9159
Incident Location: 907 GALEN CT,GOSHEN,IN
5/5/13 10:07 pm
Date_Incident

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