Two women got rides to the Greene County Jail on Monday evening after numerous warnings from police officers who told them to stop screaming and yelling.
Fawn K. Dove, 26, Linton, and Mallory L. Ferree, 21, Sullivan, were both booked into the Greene County Jail after officers from the Linton Police Department were dispatched to a dispute in the area of 146 6th St. S.E. around 9 p.m.
When Patrolman Jayson Smith and Cpl. Chad Crynes arrived, neighbors told them the dispute was next door at Dove's apartment. The two women came out and the officers talked to them about what had happened.
According to the police report, Ferree told officers she and Darryl Moore were into an argument and she didn't want to say any more about it but then she became belligerent and began screaming and yelling. And then Dove became very loud and also started screaming and yelling.
Smith reported that he told both of them to stop screaming and yelling several times and that Dove started to quiet down but Ferree continued so she was taken into custody and placed in Cryne's patrol car.
And then while she was standing next to the patrol car, Dove began to scream and yell again. Smith told her one more time to stop. She did not and continued to scream and yell as she was taken into custody and placed in Smith's patrol car.
The preliminary charge against both women is disorderly conduct, a class B misdemeanor. Both were released on $500 bond each and both are scheduled to appear in court on Sept. 8.
LPD Det. Sgt. Keith McDonald also responded to the scene and the incident is under investigation as witnesses stated that Moore had knocked Ferree to the ground and kicked her face prior to the officer's arrival.