The Linton Police Department responded over the weekend to one title check, one follow up investigation, 10 information only requests, one juvenile/delinquent, three vandalisms, one loitering, one missing/runaway juvenile, two property damage accidents, three lost and found, one off road vehicle complaint, four medical/illness runs, one alarm, four animal complaints, one prowler, two suspicious vehicle/persons, one reckless driver, four theft-other, three domestic disputes, one abandoned vehicle and three ordinance violations. They also made eight traffic stops and assisted another agency once.
* June 15 -- Brad Ellis of Southside Express reported several bad checks written to the business. It's believed that the checks have been reported stolen through the Greene County Sheriff's Department. Reserve officer Kyle Butler took the report.
* June 15 -- Lyle Vanulzen, Camelot Court, Linton, reported that his 1998 Chevy Malibu received several scratches, key marks and dents. Patrolman Karl Jacobshagen is investigating.
* June 16 -- Jacqueline Estes, A Street Northwest, Linton, reported that 11 boards from her privacy fence were laying in her yard. It appeared that they were knocked out from the other side. Reserve officer Jamin Duhne took the report.