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Police News

May 21, 2014

Woman trampled by horse near Goshen

A woman was injured when she was trampled by a horse late Monday morning in Jefferson Township.

The incident occurred around 11:30 a.m. in a horse arena at the woman’s property at 56022 C.R. 23. north of Goshen. Jefferson Township firefighters said a horse — which did not belong to the victim — charged and trampled the woman. The woman, whose name was unavailable to The Goshen News Monday afternoon, suffered injuries to her clavicle, ribs and face.

Concord Township emergency personnel provided advanced life-support services. The victim was transported to Elkhart General Hospital.

Jefferson Township personnel said the victim’s injuries weren’t life-threatening.

Theft/burglary reports

• Tiffany Adams told Goshen police her Winchester Trails home was burglarized sometime between May 14 and Saturday.

• Jessica Bylls told Elkhart County police that someone took items from her Dodge truck while it was parked at 18287 C.R. 20, Goshen. The theft occurred between around 12:45 a.m. May 13 and the same time May 15.

• Brett Thompson told Elkhart County police two males entered his 54387 C.R. 8, Middlebury, home between 12:30 and 1 p.m. Friday. A window was broken to gain access. No property was taken from the residence.

• Jonathan Munoz of Goshen told Goshen police he saw three people enter his unlocked vehicle. Munoz approached them and they ran away, according to the police report. The incident occurred around 10 p.m. Sunday in the 600 block of South Seventh Street.

• An employee at Ace Hardware, 701 W. Lincoln Ave., said a male and female were in the store Sunday trying to return stolen merchandise.

• Ashley Walls told Elkhart County police that on May 5, someone received her employment check at a C.R. 28, Goshen, business, forged her named and presented the check for payment at Interra Credit Union.

• Mary Kay Dobson told Elkhart County police that on April 29, someone took her trash container at 213 S. Benton St., Millersburg.

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