GREENE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT
* June 12 -- No injuries were reported after a truck hit a deer in Fairplay Township at 7:45 a.m. Marty McCammon, 47, Oaktown, was eastbound in a 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 on State Road 54 west of County Road 475 W. when a deer entered the roadway and was struck by the truck. Greene County Sheriff's Deputy Terry L. Wade was the investigating officer.
* June 12 -- No injuries were reported after another accident caused by a deer in Richland Township at 8:30 a.m. Thomas Montgomery, 59, Bloomfield, was eastbound in a 2006 Scion on S.R. 54 at C.R. 205 E. when a deer entered the roadway and struck the vehicle. Upon impact, the deer landed on the windshield breaking it and was then thrown over the car. Greene County Sheriff's Deputy Terry L. Wade was the investigating officer.
* June 13 -- Stephen S. Wheeler, 35, Jasonville, was arrested on a warrant and was being held on $9,500 bond. Greene County Sheriff's Department Maj. Michael Hasler was the arresting officer.
* June 13 -- Jamie E. Henderson, 40, Bloomfield, was arrested on a preliminary charge of disorderly conduct, released on $500 bond and scheduled to appear in court on June 20. Bloomfield Deputy Marshal Jordan Hasler was the arresting officer.
* June 14 -- Darla J. Johnson, 33, Spencer, was arrested on preliminary charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated and two counts of neglect of a dependent, released on $12,000 bond on June 15 and scheduled to appear in court on June 20. Greene County Sheriff's Deputy Jeremy Inman was the arresting officer.
* June 14 -- James C. Abel, 23, Bloomfield, was arrested on a preliminary charge possession of marijuana, released on $1,000 bond and scheduled to appear in court on June 20. Bloomfield Deputy Marshal Jordan Hasler was the arresting officer.
LINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
The Linton Police Department's activity log for Friday through Sunday included one incident of breaking and entering, one title check, one follow-up investigation, five requests for information only, one assist to the utility department after hours, three incidents of vandalism, two custody disputes/exchanges, one alcohol-related incident, one vehicle fire, two accidents with property damage, 13 medical/illness, one prowler, one VIN check, two suspicious vehicles/persons, four assists to other agencies, two harassment complaints, one theft-other, one animal/debris in roadway, one welfare check/concern, one domestic dispute and 13 traffic stops.
* June 12 -- Police are investigating an incident of alleged battery reported by a resident which occurred at the Palace Bar around 7:51 p. LPD Cpl. Chad Crynes is the investigating officer.
* June 13 -- A resident on 4th St. S.E. reported an incident of breaking and entering after they woke up around 3 a.m. and found their back door had been pried open, possibly by a Phillips screwdriver. Nothing was taken. LPD Patrolman Debbie McDonald is the investigating officer.
* June 13 -- A resident on H St. N.E. reported several incidents of harassment involving a person who keeps coming to their home wanting to watch the children and won't take no for an answer. LPD Det. Duane Collenbaugh is the investigating officer.
* June 14 -- A resident reported an incident of criminal mischief which occurred around 7 p.m. when they parked in the fire lane in the Wal-Mart parking lot and went in to the store to pick up a cake. When they returned, it looked like a shopping cart had struck the passenger side door of their vehicle. LPD Reserve Officer Kyle D. Butler is the investigating officer.
* June 15 -- A resident on A St. S.E. came home to find a glass-topped table on a pool patio had been busted. There was a rock lying nearby that may have been thrown onto the table top. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark was the investigating officer.
* June 15 -- The La Fiesta restaurant on A St. N.E. reported a mid-20s male had enjoyed a meal then left without paying around 6:45 p.m. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark was the investigating officer.
* June 15 -- A resident on Rt. 2 reported the liner in their pool had been permanently destroyed by a cut and the pool can not be used. The reporting party said several neighborhood kids had been refused permission to use the pool. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark was the investigating officer.