The Linton Police Department responded on Wednesday to one title check, three information-only requests, one juvenile/delinquent, one utility after-hours call, two vandalism reports, one sex offense/other, two personal injury accident, two property damage accidents, one mental case, one HAZ-MAT disposal-wash down, one alarm, two animal complaints, two suspicious persons/vehicles, one possible intoxicated driver, one reckless driver, two theft-others, one domestic dispute, one community relations and 33 traffic stops.
* May 22 -- Terri Steves, Linton, reported the theft of her identity after discovering that an unknown suspect used her banking information to make purchases totaling $1,000 from Jewelry TV. Patrol Officer Paul Clark was the investigating officer.
* May 23 -- Michael J. Miller, 27, 790 NE E St., was arrested by Linton Patrol Officer Josh Goodman on preliminary charges of battery with injury--class A misdemeanor. He was transported to the Greene County Jail.
* May 23 -- Leo Wilson, 1189 E. Vincennes St., reported that several of the landscaping bricks at his residence have been moved and thrown by several juveniles. Patrol Officer Karl Jacobshagen is the investigating officer.
* May 23 -- Frank Moreno, rural Linton, reported the theft of several plastics letters that were taken from an arrow sign at his fruit stand. Patrol Officer Karl Jacobshagen is the investigating officer.
* May 22-- A head-one collision occurring at 8:40 a.m. resulted after Sharon Powell, 66, Linton, was east bound on Vincennes Street in a 2002 Mazda Tribute when her accelerator became stuck to the floor near. According to the report, Powell was unable to slow down, so she attempted to turn left but instead the vehicle left the roadway, crossing the grass and driveway at 35 NE 12th St., striking a tree head-on. The impact forced the vehicle into the front porch of the residence where it came to rest. After the accident, Powell complained of pain. Patrol Officer Karl Jacobshagen is the investigating officer.
* May 23 -- A one-vehicle crash occurring at 5:04 p.m. resulted when Jennifer D. White, 26, Linton, was backing out of her driveway in a 2001 Ford when she struck a parked vehicle in the right front fender. No damage was noticed on White's vehicle. Reserve Officer Aaron Shouse was the investigating officer.