The Linton Police Department responded over the weekend to one license plate check, one fraud, one follow up investigation, one 911 transfer, seven information only requests, one fight, one bar fight, two vandalisms, two loitering complaints, one personal injury accidents, two property damage accidents, two lost and found, two alarms, three animal complaints, seven suspicious vehicles/persons, two burglaries, three harassment complaints, one burglary attempt, two theft-other, one bicycle theft, two welfare check/concerns and one battery. They also made 10 traffic stops and provided five extra patrols.
* July 27 -- Molly C. Malone, Route 2, Linton, reported a CD player taken from her vehicle. Patrolman Chad Crynes took the report.
* July 27 -- Melissa Shepard, Route 2, Linton, reported the theft of a bicycle from her yard. Patrolman Karl Jacobshagen took the report.
* July 27 -- Pearl Cordell, Second Street Southwest, reported items taken from her residence. Items taken included a tool chest, tools and tires with rims. Patrolman Karl Jacobshagen took the report.
* July 27 -- Joe Bourse, Kalkaska, Mich., reported that the front and side windows of his Team Services company truck were busted out. Patrolman Karl Jacobshagen took the report.
* July 29 -- Luke Lewis, Third Street Northwest, Linton, reported that he was rear ended, causing him to strike a curb, by an older model GMC truck that was following his vehicle closely. Lewis said the driver of the vehicle did not stop after the accident. Patrolman Jayson Smith took the report.
* July 29 -- Cindy Bunch, North Main Street, Linton, reported entry was gained to her residence through a northeast window. At the time of the report, it was unknown if anything was taken. Patrol Officer Debbie McDonald took the report.