The Linton Police Department responded over the weekend to one fraud case, one report of shots fired, one case of public intoxication, two property damage traffic accidents, one off-road vehicle complaint, one harrassment complaint, three reckless drivers, two theft cases, one stolen license plate complaint, five domestic disputes, four ordinance violations and 15 traffic stops.
* March 24 -- Brian K. Edmondson, 31, of Newberry, was arrested on a prelimnary charge of battery after a complaint was received from April D. Richardson, also of Newberry. Richardson reported that she was sitting in a vehicle with Edmondson in the parking lot of the Taco Bell on State Road 54 and got into an argument. She alleged that he grabbed her hair and her neck. She was able to exit the vehicle and called 911 for assistance.
* March 24 ---Stephanie Marlowe of Fast Point Service Station at 789 NE A Street reported that a dark green colored four-door Pontiac drove off about 11:25 p.m. without paying for $10 in gasoline. The car was reported to be occupied by two females and one male.
* March 24 -- Rita E. Duncan, Route 1, Jasonville, reported that she had found a $100 bill at the Super Wal-Mart in Terre Haute and when she took it to Bloomfield State Bank she was told it was counterfeit.
* March 23 -- Mark A. Carson, of rural Dugger, reported that a newly-purchased license plate was stolen from the dash of his car while he was inside McDonald's in Linton on Thursday.
* March 23 -- Jason W. Hollifield, 26, Route 2, Linton, was arrested at a residence on Third Street NW on an outstanding warrant from Sullivan County. He was turned over to Sullivan County authorities.