GREENE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT
â€¢ Oct. 30 -- George W. McBride, 35, Elwood, was arrested on a warrant and is being held without bond. Greene County Sheriff's Department Deputy John Fowler was the arresting officer.
â€¢ Oct. 30 -- James K. Hoffeditz, 39, Linton, was arrested on a preliminary charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated and is being held on $4000 bond. Lyons Police Department Town Marshal Ron Sparks was the arresting officer.
â€¢ Oct. 30 -- Brandon L. Rehmel, 21, Lewis, was arrested on a warrant and is being held without bond. Greene County Sheriff's Department Reserve Officer Karen Oliphant was the arresting officer.
â€¢ Oct. 31 -- Jeremiah Moore, 30, Route 2, Linton, arrested on a petition to revoke probation. No bond set.
â€¢ Oct. 31 -- Jordan Moore, 21, Route 2, Linton, arrested on a petition to revoke probation and also on a warrant for battery causing bodily injury. No bond set.
LINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
The Linton Police Department activity log for Tuesday included two follow-up investigations, two information only, one utility repair, one accident with personal injury, three accidents with property damage, one funeral escort, two medical/illness, three animal complaints, two assists to other agencies, one harassment complaint, one reckless driver, two thefts-other, one disabled/stranded vehicle, one welfare check/concern and one domestic dispute.
â€¢ Oct. 29 -- A resident on N.E. B St. reported an incident of criminal mischief. Their car had been keyed but no other damage was noted. LPD Patrolman Karl Jacobshagen is the investigating officer.
â€¢ Oct. 30 -- Police are investigating a theft at a residence on N.W. 5th St. Numerous items were reported missing including a Magnavox TV, a red tool box with sockets and ratchets including Snap-Ons, a Play Station 2, a Fender guitar and CDs including Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash and Pink Floyd, and Rx bottles containing three different prescription medicines. An investigation is ongoing. LPD Cpl. Chad Crynes is the investigating officer.
â€¢ Oct. 30 -- Police were called to the Movie Gallery on N.E. A St. after a Mercury Mountaineer jumped the curb and crashed into the store, breaking the glass and damaging the window frame. The driver had pulled into a parking space and exited the vehicle thinking he had put it in park. When the vehicle started rolling, he tried to hit the brakes but accidentally hit the accelerator instead. No injuries were reported. Damage was estimated to be $2501-$5000. LPD Cpl. Chad Crynes was the investigating officer.