Stingrays honor summer’s top swimmers
(High School Sports ~ 07/17/18)
LINTON -- The Greene County Stingrays celebrated the conclusion of a successful season Tuesday night at Humphreys Park in Linton. Coach Kyle Kirchner cited the achievements of the swimmers at the aquatic club’s awards night. “We had a really good season,” Kirchner said. “We look forward to the season starting, then it’s over.”...
Linton Police Department Activity Log
(Police Reports ~ 07/17/18)
The Linton Police Department responded to 70 incidents and calls for service July 13-16, including five animal complaints, five assists to other departments, one child custody, two assists to the public, one battery, two domestic disputes, one drug investigation, four extra patrols, one fight in progress, four finger printings, two fraud, one repo, one fire, one juvenile complaint, one local ordinance violation, two property, one mental health issue, one special detail, one reckless driver, six suspicious, two thefts, four threats, six title checks, eight traffic stops, two trespass and four welfare checks.. ...
(Court News ~ 07/17/18)
CRIMINAL CASES Cyrus D. Fields, 26, Bloomington, Class C misdemeanor operating a motor vehicle without ever receiving a license Wyatt R. Campbell, 22, Bloomfield, Class A misdemeanor criminal trespass; Class A misdemeanor resisting law enforcement Kevin W. Stalcup, 47, Switz City, Level 6 felony OVI endangering a person less than 18 years old; Class A misdemeanor OVI; Class C misdemeanor OVI; Class C misdemeanor OVI with alcohol concentration between .08 and .15...
- Greene County Sheriff’s Department Jail Log (Police Reports ~ 07/17/18)
4-H tradition pits hogs against humans
(Local News ~ 07/17/18)
One of the most popular shows at the Greene County 4-H fair exhibits the skills of one of the supposedly smartest animals: humans. The 4-H Hog wrestling contest will be held Thursday, July 19 at 8 p.m. in the outdoor arena at the fairgrounds. Adults can buy a ticket for $7, while kids ages 7-12 can spend $5, 4-H’ers with a bracelet can get in for $4, and kids six and under, for free, can claim a bleacher seat to watch small teams enter the hog’s natural habitat--a roughly 20 feet around, two-foot deep mud pit--to see whether or not they can wrestle the pig on top of a 55-gallon drum.. ...
Three arrested after leaving battered teen on side of road
(Local News ~ 07/17/18)
Dugger-- Three people are in jail after a local teen was found injured on a county road in Dugger. Indiana Conservation Officers responded to a call of theft and battery after Willis R. Martindale III, 18, Dugger, was found injured on the side of a rural road at approximately 10 p.m. on July 14...
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