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Goshen Police Blotter 08/14/13

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Goshen Police Department
Daily activity blotter for Wednesday, August 14, 2013
13GOS04395 08/13/2013
Nature of Call: THEFT
Blotter: Sharon Straw, 72 years of age, Elkhart, reported her pocketbook being stolen from her car. A report was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: SCHROCK, JEFFREY A.,0989
Incident Location: 502 N MAIN ST,GOSHEN,IN
8/11/13 10:00 am
Date_Incident
13GOS04398 08/13/2013
Nature of Call: THEFT
Blotter: Amber Sells, 25 years old, 1709 April Lane, Goshen, reported that her wallet was stolen during the night from a vehicle. A
report was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: WARSTLER, ROBERT F,9106
Incident Location: 1709 APRIL LN,GOSHEN,IN
8/13/13 12:01 am
Date_Incident
13GOS04396 08/13/2013
Nature of Call: CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
Blotter: Goshen High School officials reported that an unknown person used a black marker to draw on a bathroom mirror at the
High School, 401 Lincolnway East. The mirror was located in the Mens restroom in the Student commons. A report was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: JOHNSON, MICHAEL E.,0988
Incident Location: 401 LWE,GOSHEN,IN
8/13/13 7:30 am
Date_Incident
13GOS04399 08/13/2013
Nature of Call: LEAVING THE SCENE OF A PROPERTY DAMAGE ACCIDENT
Blotter; Alison Gingerich, 33, Elkhart, reported that her vehicle was struck near the intersection of SR 15 and CR 142 by a red
box-style truck. The vehicle then left the scene traveling eastbound on CR 142, failing to provide identifying information.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: BARKEY, TONY,9138
Incident Location: SR 15/ CR 142,NEW PARIS,IN
8/13/13 1:29 pm
Date_Incident
13GOS04402 08/13/2013
Nature of Call: OFFICERS REPORT-FERAL CATS
Blotter: Officers were dispatched to 100 Block of W. Plymouth Avenue reference reference possible animal abuse/abandoned
cats getting into a vacant residence. The landlord along with the humane society was contacted. Report taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: RODRIGUEZ, RAYMUNDO C,911
Incident Location: 119 W PLYMOUTH AVE,GOSHEN,IN
8/13/13 3:58 pm
Date_Incident
13GOS04403 08/13/2013
Nature of Call: Battery
Blotter; Jason Weirick, 24 yoa of Goshen reported being battered by a known subject in the 1300 block of S. 8th St.. A report
was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: KOONTZ, KEVIN D.,0999
Incident Location: 1300 BLK S 8TH ST,GOSHEN,IN
8/13/13 4:09 pm
Date_Incident
13GOS04404 08/13/2013
Nature of Call: OFFICERS REPORT - POSSIBLE ADULT NEEDING SERVICES
BLOTTER: Police were called to the Golden Monkey, 1301 Lincolnway East regarding an elderly woman who seemed
disoriented. The woman was transported to her home. A neighbor stated she would work with the elderly subject to possibly get
her into a retirement home as per the elderly subject's wishes. Report taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: BROWN, JOSEPH M.,0972
Incident Location: 1301 LWE,GOSHEN,IN
8/13/13 4:43 pm
Date_Incident
13GOS04408 08/13/2013
Nature of Call: CRIMINAL CONVERSION
BLOTTER: Kayci E Mast, 21YOA, Goshen, was arrested for criminal conversion after shopliftings items at Martins, 1523 Bashor
Rd. Kayci was arrested and released with a promise to appear in Goshen City Court.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: HUSER, TYLER,9156
Incident Location: 1527 BASHOR RD,GOSHEN,IN
8/13/13 7:17 pm
Date_Incident
13GOS04406 08/13/2013
Nature of Call: OFFICERS REPORT- DOG BITE
Blotter: Elizabeth Best, 24, Elkhart, reported that she was bitten by a dog while working at Maplecrest Animal Hospital , 1214 N
Main ST, Goshen.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: MAGGERT, KIRK M,9110
Incident Location: 1214 N MAIN ST,GOSHEN,IN
8/13/13 3:55 pm
Date_Incident
13GOS04407 08/13/2013
Nature of Call: OFFICERS REPORT- POSSIBLE CHINS
Blotter: A resident of Goshen, reported observing a possible incident of child abuse while inside the Kroger store, 209 Chicago
AVE. Officers were unable to locate the accused subject. Report taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: MAGGERT, KIRK M,9110
Incident Location: 209 CHICAGO AVE,GOSHEN,IN
8/13/13 6:00 pm
Date_Incident
13GOS04410 08/13/2013
Nature of Call: CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
Blotter: Mayda Carreon 32yoa, of Goshen, reported damage to a moped done by a male subject. Report taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: RODRIGUEZ, RAYMUNDO C,911
Incident Location: 1700 ROC LN,GOSHEN,IN
8/13/13 9:00 pm
Date_Incident
13GOS04412 08/13/2013
Nature of Call: DOMESTIC BATTERY
Blotter: Nicholas Crowder, 25YOA male 206 Dewey Avenue Goshen, was arrested for domestic battery after he called police to
the house because his live-in girlfriend wasn't spending time with him. When officers arrived they found injuries to his girlfriend
and learned Mr. Crowder struck his girlfriend to wake her from sleeping so they can have some time together. Mr. Crowder was
jailed.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: FULLER, THOMAS A,9124
Incident Location: 206 DEWEY AVE,GOSHEN,IN
8/13/13 11:41 pm
Date_Incident
13GOS04414 08/14/2013
Nature of Call: Burglary : Forcible Entry
Blotter: Jeremy Barclay, 39 yoa, of Goshen reported a burglary. While he was asleep an unknown person(s) entered his
residence through a downstairs window. Several items were taken however Barclay woke and the suspects left without taking the
items. A report was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: SHIDLER, TODD A,9115
Incident Location: 516 RIVER AVE,GOSHEN,IN
8/14/13 5:21 am
Date_Incident

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