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Police Logs

Thursday, October 4, 2007



* Sep. 3 -- Michelle L. King, 30, Linton, was arrested for battery with bodily injury and is being held on $4,000 bond. Linton Police Department Patrolman Jayson Smith was the arresting officer.

* Sep. 3 -- Jeffrey Meier, 44, Terre Haute, was arrested for resisting law enforcement with a vehicle and is being held on $4,000 bond. Jasonville Police Department Officer Ryan Van Horn was the arresting officer.


* Ronald E. Bennett, 57, Indianapolis, was arrested for theft on Tuesday by Greene County Sheriff's Department Special Deputy Mark Richardson.

A probable cause affidavit was filed in Greene Circuit Court on Sep. 17 following a report on Aug. 24 that a witness had watched Bennett take a truck from the driveway of a residence in Linton.

The truck belonged to Bennett's cousin who was out of town at the time of the theft. The owner said he had not given Bennett permission to use the truck. He also stated Bennett did not have a valid drivers license and that Bennett was possibly enroute to the Indianapolis area with the truck.

The affidavit was written by Linton Police Department Patrolman Jayson Smith who was the investigating officer.

Bennett is being held in the Greene County Jail on $4000 bond.

* Shelley D. Wagner, 33, Lyons, was arrested Monday on the preliminary charge of possession of a legend drug, a class D felony, stemming from an accident last summer.

On Aug. 31, Wagner had drive a vehicle belonging to Dustin A. Wilson into a ditch along SR 67 in Marco and was transported to Greene County General Hospital for injuries.

According to the probable cause affidavit filed in Greene Superior Court Sep. 18, an officer who spoke with Wagner in the emergency room observed prescription drug bottles on the counter without labels or with other names. One contained four .25 mg Xanax (Alprazolam) which is a Schedule IV Controlled Substance.



The Linton Police Department activity log for Wednesday included one fraud, one title check, one follow-up investigation, four information only, one school/foot patrol, one transport/documentation, one accident with property damage, medical/illness, two suspicious vehicles/persons, one assist to another agency, two harassment complaints, two thefts-other, one disabled/stranded vehicle, one welfare check/concern, one domestic dispute and three traffic stops.