Several thefts and burglaries were recently reported in Goshen, according to city police:
• Greg Kerezman told police Thursday that someone took a television and a desktop computer scanner from the Steel Workers Union Hall, 612 E. Plymouth Ave.
• Chelsea Stein, 21, 2711 Briarwood Blvd., Goshen, was arrested on a charge of criminal conversion Thursday at Walmart, 4024 Elkhart Road. The incident occurred shortly before 3 p.m., according to the police report. Stein was released on a memorandum to appear in court.
• Chelsea Schwier, 408 N. First St., told Goshen police Thursday that someone took a license plate from her vehicle while the automobile was parked in front of her residence.
• Scott Mrozinski, 26, 51050 Hickory Road, Granger, was arrested by Goshen police after he allegedly tried to shoplift at Walmart, 2304 Lincolnway East, around 1:30 p.m. Friday. He was released on a memorandum to appear in court.
• Javier Reyes-Vazquez, 366 Brookside Manor, Goshen, told Goshen police Friday that he’d arrived home to find his door open. Police discovered the latch on the door was broken. Nothing was missing from the home.
• An employee at Meijer, 4522 Elkhart Road, said someone stole two alcoholic beverages from the store early Friday morning.
• Vivian Arousell, 15301 Larry Lee Drive, Bristol, said someone stole an Xbox One video game console from her home between 5 and 8 p.m. Wednesday.
• Clayton Hostetler of Goshen told Goshen police Friday that his wallet was stolen. The theft reportedly occurred in the 900 block of Lincolnway East.
• A 13-year-old boy told Goshen police his bicycle was stolen Friday afternoon in the 400 block of East Lincoln Avenue.
• Bradley Russell of Nappanee reported a theft from his vehicle to Goshen police Friday. The theft reportedly occurred while the automobile was parked outside Applebee’s, 1807 Rieth Blvd.
• A 23-year-old Goshen man said he was battered by another man at the Court House Pub, 132 N. Main St., Goshen. The incident took place around 2:10 a.m. Saturday, according to the police report. Goshen police said the victim “had no life-threatening injuries but lost teeth and had a laceration to his nose.” The victim was treated at IU Health Goshen Hospital. According to police, the victim didn’t know the identity of his assailant.