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Goshen Police Blotter 3-13-14

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Goshen Police Department
Daily activity blotter for Thursday, March 13, 2014
14GOS01164 03/12/2014
Nature of Call: LEAVING THE SCENE OF A PROPERTY DAMAGE ACCIDENT
Blotter: Elizabeth Lopez, 30 yoa, Goshen, reported a hit and run accident in the 500 Block of N 5th Street. A report was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: SCHROCK, JEFFREY A.,0989
Incident Location: 500 BLK N 5TH,GOSHEN,IN
3/12/14 8:05 am
Date_Incident
14GOS01167 03/12/2014
Nature of Call: THEFT
Blotter: Julia A. Stout, 75, Goshen, reported the theft of a cell phone. A report was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: ZOLLINGER, DAVID A.,0986
Incident Location: 305 ARBOR CT,GOSHEN,IN
2/20/14 5:00 pm
Date_Incident
14GOS01169 03/12/2014
Nature of Call: Fraud
Blotter: Yeselia Esparza 24, of Goshen reported being scammed via Craig's list. A report was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: ROBINSON, DARRELL E.,0997
Incident Location: 126 WINCHESTER CT,GOSHEN,IN
3/9/14 3:00 pm
Date_Incident
14GOS01171 03/12/2014
Nature of Call: RESIDENTIAL ENTRY
Blotter: Dennis Smeltzer 59 yoa, of Bristol, reported one of his apartments he owns was broken into and the door was damaged.
The person renting the apartment was not home at the time of the report and it is unknown if anything is missing. A report was
taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: HAVENS, JOSHUA M.,9145
Incident Location: 412 JOHNSTON ST,GOSHEN,IN
3/12/14 4:46 pm
Date_Incident
14GOS01170 03/12/2014
Nature of Call: OFFICERS REPORT - DEATH INVESTIGATION
Blotter: Officers were dispatched to Courtyard Health Care Center, 2400 College Avenue, reference an EMS call. Upon arrival
Officers met with EMS staff and were advised the male patient had passed away . A report was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: MILLER, D. SHAYNE,9148
Incident Location: 2400 COLLEGE AVE,GOSHEN,IN
3/12/14 2:30 pm
Date_Incident
14GOS01174 03/12/2014
Nature of Call: INVASION OF PRIVACY
Blotter: Stephany Celis, 20 yoa, of Goshen, reported being harassed by the suspect. Upon investigation it was learned that a no
contact order had been set in place through the Goshen City Court in reference to Stephany and the suspect. A report was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: MILLER, D. SHAYNE,9148
Incident Location: 214 JOHNSTON ST,GOSHEN,IN
3/12/14 6:45 pm
Date_Incident
14GOS01173 03/12/2014
Nature of Call: THEFT
Blotter: Angela Waldrop, 37 yoa of Goshen, reported the theft of four movie DVD's from Video Visions at 508 W. Lincoln Avenue
in Goshen. A report was taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: BURKS, TODD E,9146
Incident Location: 508 W LINCOLN AVE,GOSHEN,IN
3/12/14 8:07 pm
Date_Incident
14GOS01176 03/12/2014
Nature of Call: DOMESTIC BATTERY
Blotter: Dawn Richardson, 42 yoa of Mishawaka, reported being battered by her husband back in July of 2013. A report was
taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: FULLER, THOMAS A,9124
Incident Location: 2218 EDWARD DR,GOSHEN,IN
7/18/13 9:30 pm
Date_Incident
14GOS01176 03/12/2014
Nature of Call: STRANGULATION
Blotter: Dawn Richardson, 42 yoa of Mishawaka, reported being battered by her husband back in July of 2013. A report was
taken.
Case_Number Date_Report Officer Name: FULLER, THOMAS A,9124
Incident Location: 2218 EDWARD DR,GOSHEN,IN
7/18/13 9:30 pm
Date_Incident

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