The Linton Police Department responded on Tuesday to one title check, two information-only calls, one vandalism report, one fire/structure, one transport/documentation, two property damage accidents, four medical/illnesses, two alarms, two animal complaints, one suspicious vehicle/person, one harassment complaint, two reckless drivers, three theft-others, one welfare check/concern, one community relations and one traffic stop.
* May 1 -- Dave Altamore, South Main Street, reported that his Dodge Dakota was damaged by rocks that were reportedly thrown by children. The incident was caught on the video of a nearby business. Patrol Officer Josh Goodman is the investigating officer.
* May 15 -- Lisa Pavola, 290 H St. SW, reported that a black and white solar-powered lighthouse yard ornament was taken from her yard. Reserve Officer Kyle Butler was the investigating officer.
* May 15 -- A Wal-Mart employee reported the theft of one black bathing suit by a suspect who put the item into her purse and exited the store without paying. Patrol Officer Josh Goodman is the investigating officer.