The Linton Police Department responded over the weekend to two medical/extractions, two follow-up investigations, 13 information-only requests, one fight, one juvenile/deliquent, three utility after-hours calls, three vandalism reports, one drug investigation, one fire/structure, two fires/brush, one robbery, two personal injury accidents, two property damage accidents, two funeral escorts, three off-road vehicle complaints, 10 medical/illnesses, one alarm, three animal complaints, three suspicious persons/vehicles, three harassment complaints, one battery domestic, one possible intoxicated driver, one reckless driver, six theft-other, one lost/stolen license plate, one disables/stranded vehicle, one theft-bicycle, one theft-motor vehicle, two fingerprint-gun permits, one wanted-arrest on warrant, one domestic dispute, one domestic neighbor, one recovered vehicle-property, one community relations and three ordinance violations. The department also had three assists to other agencies and six traffic stops.
* April 19 -- Kylee N. Mathies, South Main Street, reported that her 2001 Pontiac Sunfire was scratched while parked at the Glenburn Nursing Home. Reserve Officer Aaron Shouse was the investigating officer.
* April 20 -- Carter G. Daughtery, Sandborn, reported that his 1997 Jeep was vandalized while parked at Subway. Patrol Officer Paul Clark was the investigating officer.
* April 20 -- Halea Franklin, 290 NW B St. reported that the rear window of her 2001 Ford Windstar was busted out while parked at her residence. According to the report, it appeared that a glass bottle was thrown into the window. Patrol Officer Karl Jacobshagen is the investigating officer.
* April 20 --Kenny Cordell, 320 Second St., reported that the lock to his garage door was pried open and that $130 was taken from a wood box kept inside the building. He also reported damage to the windshield of his 1988 Chevrolet Blazer which was parked in the backyard when the incident occurred.
* April 20 -- A two-vehicle accident occurred at 3:42 p.m. after Karen Greene, 46, Linton, the driver of a 2004 Dodge, pulled out in front of a 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix -- driven by Michelle Secrest, 34, Linton -- at the intersection of Main and Little A Streets. According to the police report, Greene did not see Secrest's vehicle prior to pulling out into the intersection. Larissa Secrest, a passenger in Secrest's vehicle complained of pain to chest and neck area. Larissa was wearing a safety belt. Patrol Officer Karl Jacobshagen was the investigating officer.
* April 21 -- Rebecca L. Frayser, rural Linton, reported that while at home three suspects entered her residence uninvited. The suspects were asked to leave but they refused. Frayser was grabbed by one suspect who dragged her into the living room and then entered the bedroom where he took 25 CDs. The suspects then fled on foot into a nearby wooded area. The CDs were then returned 15 minutes later. No injuries were reported. Patrol Officer Paul Clark is the investigating officer.
* April 21 -- Daniel Wayne Clark, 429 SE 8th St., was arrested by Patrol Officer Josh Goodman on a Vigo County criminal warrant.
* April 21 -- Patrol Officer Heath Murray recovered a motorcycle -- which was believed to be stolen-- The property was found at Blue Hole, located south of Linton.
* April 22 -- William Weaver, 29 SW E St., reported the theft of a .22 Marlin rifle model No. 99 and Busnell binoculars which were taken from his unlocked 1990 Dodge which was parked in the carport at his residence. Patrol Officer Karl Jacobshagen is the investigating officer.