LINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
The Linton Police Department's activity log for Friday through Sunday included one follow-up investigation, six requests for information only, one fight, five assists to the utility department after hours, one utility repair, two structure fires, one brush fire, two accidents with personal injury, eight accidents with property damage, one lost and found, four medical/illness, three alarms, three animal complaints, two suspicious vehicles/persons, three assists to other agencies, two extra patrols, six thefts-other, one animal/debris in roadway, two disabled/stranded vehicles, two fireworks, three welfare checks/concerns, one motor vehicle theft, one assist to the utility department, one arrest-wanted on warrant, three domestic disputes, one domestic dispute-neighbor, one recovered vehicle/property, one ordinance violation, three batteries, four traffic stops.
* July 11 -- A resident on B St. S.E. reported the theft of a red 1997 Polaris Explorer 500 taken sometime after 9 p.m. on July 10. LPD Reserve Officer Kyle Butler is the investigating officer.
* July 12 -- A resident on 10th St. S.W. reported a bottle of prescription medication containing 30 pills was missing from their residence. LPD Patrolman Heath Murray was the investigating officer.
* July 12 -- A resident on D St. N.E. told police an unknown subject has entered their residence several times and on the last occurrence, they took a bottle of shampoo and a bottle of conditioner. LPD Patrolman Debbie McDonald is the investigating officer.
* July 12 -- A resident of Hymera reported a hit and run after they came out of the Wal-Mart store and noticed the driver's side door of their vehicle had been struck and jarred open and the suspect vehicle had left the scene. LPD Patrolman Heath Murray was the investigating officer.
* July 13 -- No injuries were reported after an accident involving two vehicles around 6 p.m. on E. Vincennes St. at 11th St. S.E. When a dog ran into the roadway in front of a vehicle traveling eastbound on Vincennes St., the driver swerved to avoid hitting it and instead collided with another vehicle parked unattended on the side of the street. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark was the investigating officer.