The Linton Police Department responded over the weekend to two follow-up investigations, one 9-1-1 transfer, seven information-only requests, three juvenile delinquents, one utility after-hours call, one vandalism, one utility repair, one fire/vehicle, four brush/fires, two personal injury accidents, eight property damage accidents, five medical illnesses, two alarms, three animal complaints, four suspicious vehicle/persons, two harassment complaints, one reckless driver, two theft-others, one animal/debris in roadway, one welfare check/concern, five domestic disputes, one abandoned vehicle and two ordinance violations. The department also had one school/foot patrol, six assists to other agencies and nine traffic stops.
* March 30 -- A Wal-Mart employee reported that a suspect was apprehended by a Wal-Mart loss prevention employee after taking items from the store without paying for them. Patrol Officer Chad Crynes was the investigating officer.
* April 1 -- Martha R. Lee, 487 10th St. NW, reported a hit and run that occurred while she was driving her 1999 Oldsmobile east on H St. and was struck by an unknown driver of a gray car. The suspect pulled out of a driveway near 160 NW H St. and struck the bumper on the front driver-side of Lee's Oldsmobile. Patrol Officer Jayson Smith is the investigating officer.
* March 30 -- Sarah R. Goodman, 18, Linton, drove her 1998 Ford Taurus off the road near I Street NW and State Road 59 after attempting to avoid a collision and then striking a stop sign. The vehicle's brakes reportedly failed during the incident. No injuries were reported. Patrol Officer Jayson Smith was the investigating officer.