Chief Miller

Goshen Police Chief José Miller speaks during a press conference on Monday at the City Council Chambers.

GOSHEN — With what seems like an uptick in violent crimes in Goshen and across the nation, city officials say they are ramping up their efforts to curtail the trend.

Goshen Police Chief José Miller, in a press conference earlier this week related to fatal shootings on Rosemare Court, said since the beginning of the year the city has had 19 acts of gun violence, five injuries, four deaths, three adults arrested, four juveniles arrested, five residents shot at and three instances of vehicles being shot at.

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