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Goshen Police Blotter 7-26-13

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Goshen Police Department
Daily activity blotter for Friday, July 26, 2013
13GOS03955 07/25/2013
Nature of Call: OFFICERS REPORT - SUSPICIOUS PERSON
Blotter: Officers were dispatched to Shanklin Park, Goshen, regarding a suspicious person. The person had left the park by the
time officers arrived. Officers located the subject a few blocks from the park a short time later . He was interviewed and released.
A report was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: ZOLLINGER, DAVID A.,0986
Incident Location: 411 W PLYMOUTH AVE,GOSHEN,IN
7/25/13 7:10 am
Date_Incident
13GOS03956 07/25/2013
Nature of Call: OFFICERS REPORT-WORKPLACE DISPUTE
Blotter: Officers responded to Foamcraft regarding a verbal dispute with an ex -employee. An officers report was taken. The
accused was given a no trespass order to the business.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: HUSER, TYLER,9156
Incident Location: 703 E KERCHER RD,GOSHEN,IN
7/25/13 8:26 am
Date_Incident
13GOS03958 07/25/2013
Nature of Call: ANIMAL CRUELTY
Blotter: Bonita Miller, 47 YOA, Goshen, reported finding a deceased dog in the 400 blk Gra-Roy. The dog was found in a
cardboard box. A case report was taken, and the Humane Shelter was contacted to pick the dog up.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: HUSER, TYLER,9156
Incident Location: 400 BLK GRA-ROY,GOSHEN,IN
7/24/13 6:45 pm
Date_Incident
13GOS03960 07/25/2013
Nature of Call: CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
Blotter: A Goshen Parks Dept employee found graffiti spray painted on the bike path , between Main Street and Oakridge Ave. A
report was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: SCHROCK, JEFFREY A.,0989
Incident Location: 100 BLK PROSPECT,GOSHEN,IN
7/19/13 10:00 am
Date_Incident
13GOS03962 07/25/2013
Nature of Call: OFFICERS REPORT - VEHICLE DAMAGED
Blotter: Jose Jenkins, 37 years old, Michigan City, reported his 1999 GMC pickup was damaged by a forklift while parked at
3048 Skyview Road. A report was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: YODER, MATTHEW E.,9142
Incident Location: 3048 SKYVIEW RD,GOSHEN,IN
7/25/13 11:38 am
Date_Incident
13GOS03967 07/25/2013
Nature of Call: LEAVING SCENE OF PROPERTY DAMAGE ACCIDENT
Blotter: Joseph Deleon, 24YOA, Goshen, reported an unknown person struck his vehicle while parked in the parking lot of Pet
Supplies Plus, 4024 Elkhart Rd. A case was taken and accident report was completed.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: HUSER, TYLER,9156
Incident Location: 4024 ELKHART RD,GOSHEN,IN
7/25/13 5:10 pm
Date_Incident
13GOS03972 07/26/2013
Nature of Call: False Reporting/Informing
Blotter: Officers received a call of a bomb threat in Goshen. The threat was an apparent hoax and a report was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: FULLER, THOMAS A,9124
Incident Location: 1719 WINDSOR Lane,GOSHEN,IN
7/26/13 2:19 am
Date_Incident
13GOS03972 07/26/2013
Nature of Call: HARASSMENT
Blotter: Officers received a call of a bomb threat in Goshen. The threat was an apparent hoax and a report was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: FULLER, THOMAS A,9124
Incident Location: 1719 WINDSOR Lane,GOSHEN,IN
7/26/13 2:19 am
Date_Incident
13GOS03971 07/26/2013
Nature of Call: BATTERY
Blotter; Salvador Maldonado, 43yo, reported that he was poked in the head and threatened by another employee, while at his
place of employment, Kinro Plant #227, 1724 Eisenhower Drive S, Goshen. A battery procedure form was given to Mr.
Maldonado with instructions on how to complete the form. A report was taken for further investigation.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: SIMPKINS, COURTNEY T.,9131
Incident Location: 1724 EISENHOWER DR S,GOSHEN,IN
7/25/13 11:30 pm
Date_Incident
13GOS03970 07/25/2013
Nature of Call: OFFICERS REPORT - FIGHT CALL
Blotter: Evelny Hallard, while in the parking lot of Super Walmart, Lincolnway East, Goshen, reports a fight in progress involving
two white subjects in the parking lot. Report taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: PENA, DAVID J,9112
Incident Location: 2403 LWE,,IN
7/25/13 10:44 pm
Date_Incident

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