The Linton Police Department responded on Monday to two follow-up investigations, two information-only requests, two juvenile/delinquents, one vandalism, four property damage accidents, one disorderly conduct, one lost and found, one medical/illness, five animal complaints, one welfare check/concern, one 9-1-1 false/prank call, one fingerprint gun-permit, one abduction/kidnapping and two ordinance violations. The department also had one cleaning person on station.
* May 4 -- A back-end crash occurred at 9:11 p.m. when Shelly Sprang, 28, of Linton backed her 2003 Dodge Ram into a 2005 Dodge Neon which was parked behind Sprang's vehicle. According to the report Sprang was unaware that the Neon -- which is registered to Billy Cooksey -- was parked behind her Dodge Ram when the incident occurred. Patrol Officer Jayson Smith was the investigating officer.
* May 3 -- A head-on collision involving one vehicle occurred at 10:50 p.m. when Ryan Lewis, 25 of Worthington, was eastbound on A St. SE in his 1997 Jeep. Lewis-who did not stop at the intersection of A and 12th streets continued through the yard striking a utility pole near the General Electric driveway. Upon arriving at the scene, Patrol Officer Jayson Smith noted that the driver had fled the scene. Lewis waited until the next day to report that he was in fact the driver. No injuries were reported.
* May 2 -- A one-vehicle accident occurred at 3 a.m. when Paul Clark, 29, Linton, was southbound on County Road 1100 West in a 2002 Ford Crown Victoria -- registered to the city -- when a deer approached the vehicle striking it in the front. Reserve Officer Heath Murray was the investigating officer. No injuries were reported.