The Linton Police Department Saturday, Sunday and Monday responded to two frauds, three follow up investigations, 13 information only requests, one bar fight, one juvenile/delinquent, four vandalisms, one custody dispute/exchange, one public intoxication, one structure fire, one reckless driving complaint, five property damage accidents, one mental case, seven medical/illness runs, two alarms, four animal complaints, one prowler, six suspicious vehicle/person, three harassment complaints, one possible intoxicated driver, two reckless drivers, four theft-other, one animal/debris in roadway, one 911 prank/false call, one wanted on warrant arrest and one ordinance violation. They also assisted another agency once and made 29 traffic stops.
* May 25 -- Michelle M. Allen, Rural Route 3 Linton, reported that some was driving by her residence shouting obscenities. Allen also reported that the suspect left several threatening messages on her answering machine. Patrolman Jayson Smith is investigating.
* May 25 -- Amy Foglesong, NE 5th Street, reported that a tin, containing change, and a cigarette lighter were taken from her van. Patrol Officer Debbie McDonald is investigating.
* May 25 -- Michele Shipley, 43, Jasonville, was arrested on a Sullivan County warrant by Patrol Officer Debbie McDonald.
* May 26 -- Elijah Haldeman, Rural Route 2 Linton, reported that he was sitting in a parking lot when another vehicle struck his, causing damage, and then left the scene. Patrolman Jayson Smith is investigating.
* May 26 -- An employee of Angell's Food Center reported that a female subject had written 10 checks -- totaling about $900. All of the checks have been returned. Patrol Officer Debbie McDonald took the report.
* May 26 -- Mark Rodgers, Rural Route 1 Linton, reported he had received a message from MainSource Bank that his account was overdrawn. His account showed purchases made on the Internet with his debit card. The purchases were made without his consent. Patrol Officer Debbie McDonald is investigating the incident.
* May 28 -- Jack L. Christy, Rural Route 2, Linton, reported that about $500 worth of fishing equipment, including five fishing poles, were taken from his garage. Patrolman Chad Crynes took the report.
* May 28 -- Ricky Bunch, South Main Street, reported a drill press was taken from his front porch. A door was also kicked open, but nothing else was taken. Patrol Officer Keith McDonald is investigating.
* May 28 -- A vehicle, driven by Melody D. Ledgerwood, 63, Linton, was west bound in a parking lot, while a vehicle driven by Kenneth W. Hamilton Sr., 90, Linton, was southbound in the parking lot. Ledgerwood did not see Hamilton's vehicle and pulled into its path. Ledgerwood struck Hamilton's vehicle with her front passenger side door. Both passenger side doors of Ledgerwood's vehicle was damaged, while the side front quarter panel and bumper of Hamilton's vehicle were damaged. No injuries were reported. Patrol Officer Debbie McDonald took the report.