The Linton Police Department responded over the weekend to one fraud, one check, nine informational requests, one fight, one juvenile/delinquent, one utility after-hours call, one vandalism report, one protective order violation, one drug violation, one rape, one utility repair, one disorderly conduct, one fire/structure, one fire/brush, one robbery, one property damage accident, seven medical illnesses, five suspicious persons/vehicles, one burglary, four harassment complaints, one child abuse/molest/neglect, one reckless driver, six theft-other, one lost/stolen license plate, one disabled/stranded vehicle, one fingerprint-misc., three domestic disputes\and one domestic/neighbor. The department also had three school/foot
patrols, four assist to other agencies, one cleaning person on station and 37 traffic stops.
May 18 -- Virginia Hale, of rural Linton, reported that she received a bill from Sears in the name of David W. Hale- who is her son who passed away in 1999. The report also stated that no one had been authorized to open an account in his name. Sears has been notified and has also closed the account. The fraud department has also been informed of the situation.
May 18 -- Marilyn K. Russell, 1050 Roosevelt Street, reported the loss of her license plate off of her 2001 Chevrolet Monte Carlo. The report also stated that she is unsure if the plate was lost or stolen. Patrol Officer Chad Crynes was the investigating officer.
May 19 -- An employee of the Country Porch reported the drive-off theft of $10 worth of gasoline.
May 19 -- A two-car accident occurring at 4:34 p.m. resulted after Justin L. Rawley, 22, of Sullivan, was turning his 1996 Chevrolet off of State Road 54 onto County Road 250 North when he struck a 1993 Chevrolet Blazer driven by Patrick W. Dunigan, 30, of Frankfort. No injuries were reported. Patrol Officer Debbie McDonald was the investigating officer.
May 19 -- A two-car accident occurring at 10:25 a.m. resulted after Lucille P. Morse, 77, of Linton, was eastbound on County Road 140 North in her 1992 Mercury Topaz. As she attempted to cross State Road 54 she drove into the path of a 1998 Ford Expedition driven by Jerry R. Mowery, 66, of Linton. The report stated that Morse did not see Mowery's vehicle. Morse was transported to the Greene County General Hospital by a personal vehicle to check on a previous heart condition. No visible injuries were reported. Patrol Officer Debbie McDonald was the investigating officer.