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Police Logs

Thursday, May 29, 2008


* May 28 -- No injuries were reported after an accident involving two vehicles at 8:30 p.m. on State Road 45 near County Road 1390 East close to the Greene and Monroe County line. Carl Vincent, 58, Solsberry was headed north on S.R. 45 in a 2006 Chevrolet Silverado preparing to turn right into his driveway. When Aaron Crane, 17, Bloomington, northbound on S.R. 45 in a 1987 Ford Ranger, passed Vincent on the shoulder of the road, his vehicle struck Vincent's vehicle in the front passenger fender. Crane said Vincent had his left turn signal on. Vincent said he had his right turn signal on. GCSD Deputy Jeremy Inman was the investigating officer.



The Linton Police Department's activity log for Wednesday included one incident of trespassing, two follow-up investigations, three requests for information only, one vandalism, one alcohol-related incident, one structure fire, two accidents with property damage, one lost and found, one medical/illness, one suspicious vehicle/person, two assists to other agencies, two harassment complaints, one arrest-wanted on a warrant, one ordinance violation and 18 traffic stops.

* May 24 -- Unsafe backing was determined to be the cause of a low-impact accident on private property on State Road 54 East at 2:21 p.m. One vehicle was backing into a pump slot and collided with another vehicle that was pulling into an adjacent pump slot. No injuries were reported. LPD Patrolman Karl Jacobshagen was the investigating officer.

* May 26 -- Unsafe backing was determined to be the cause of an accident on A St. at 1:38 a.m. One vehicle backed into the front of another vehicle that was parked facing east in the Swifty parking lot. No injuries were reported. LPD Patrolman Jayson Smith was the investigating officer.

* May 28 -- Police are investigating an incident of "hit and run" after a resident of Newberry reported his 2003 Suzuki GSX 1300 had been hit while he was in the Linton Post Office around 10 a.m. The vehicle was parked on the west side of Main St. facing south. A witness who observed the incident was able to provide some details.

LPD Patrolman Debbie McDonald is the investigating officer.