The Linton Police Department responded over the weekend to one follow-up investigation, seven information-only requests, one juvenile delinquent, one utility after-hours call, one custody dispute/exchange, one alcohol-related incident, one disorderly conduct, one fire/structure, one transport/documentation, one property damage accident, two lost and found, one suicide/attempt, seven medical illnesses, two alarms, one animal complaint, one prowler, two suspicious vehicle/person, three harassment complaints, one reckless driver, one theft-other, one disabled/stranded vehicle, one theft/ bicycle, one welfare check/concern, one fingerprint-gun permit, one fingerprint-other, five domestic disputes and three community relations. The department also had one cleaning person on station, one assist to another agency, one traffic control and eight traffic stops.
* April 6 -- Tim Riggleman reported the theft of a bicycle. The theft took place at 109 SE 6th St.
* April 6 -- Susan Pritchard, 140 W. Vincennes St., reported the theft of a small red leather purse that was taken from her 2000 Pontiac Grand Am. The vehicle was locked and parked in the alley at the above residence. The passenger window was busted out to gain entry into the vehicle. Patrol Officer Karl Jacobshagen is the investigating officer.
* April 6 -- Sheena Dawn Combs, resident of Res-Care, 240 NE 1st St., Linton was arrested by Patrol Officer Paul Clark on preliminary battery charges after reportedly shoving another resident. She was transported to the Greene County jail where she is being held on a $1,000 bond.