The Linton Police Department responded on Monday to one title check, one follow-up investigation, four information-only requests, one utility after-hours assist, one vandalism report, one utility repair, two transport-documentations, two property damage accidents, three medical/illnesses, one alarm, one animal complaint, one child abuse/molest/neglect, one theft-other, one welfare check/concern, one fingerprint gun-permit, one animal/canine removed, one domestic neighbor and one ordinance violation.
* May 13-- An employee of Murphy USA reported the drive-off theft of $38 in gasoline.
* May 14 -- Larry Fulford reported the theft of a cross, two lanterns, and one angel statue taken from the Fairview Cemetery. Patrol Officer Karl Jacobshagen is the investigating officer.
* May 12 -- A two-vehicle fender bender occurred while both vehicles were parked and unattended at the Wal-Mart parking lot. A 1996 Ford Ranger registered to Jay Miller, of Switz City, was shut off and parked when it rolled into a parked 2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer registered to David Fields, of Linton. Damage to both vehicles was reported. The incident occurred around 11:58 a.m. Patrol Officer Debbie McDonald was the investigating officer.
* May 12 -- A two-car accident occurring around 3:11 p.m. resulted after R.J. Summerville, of Bloomfield, was southbound on SE First Street in a 1996 Pontiac Grand Am. Summerville stopped his vehicle at a posted stop sign and then pulled out into the path of a 1997 Ford Ranger driven by Joshua Marsh, of Linton. Summerville reportedly did not see the vehicle driven by Marsh. No injuries were reported. Patrol Officer Debbie McDonald was the investigating officer.
* May 14 -- A two-car accident occurring at 7:08 p.m. resulted after Louise B. Riddle, of Linton, was northbound on County Road 1100 West in a 1998 Buick and turned westbound onto NE E Street at the same time as a 1984 Chevrolet driven by Heather Cooper, of Linton, who was southbound on the same county road turned westbound onto NE E Street. Both vehicles were damaged but no injuries were reported. Patrol Officer Paul Clark was the investigating officer.