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Police Logs

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

GREENE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

JAIL LOG

* Oct. 6 -- Jonathan D. Blackwell, 20, Sandborn, was arrested on a body attachment and was being held on $500 bond. Greene County Sheriff's Department Maj. Michael Hasler was the arresting officer.

* Oct. 6 -- Ryan R. Lewis, 26, Worthington, was arrested on a warrant from another county and was being held without bond.

* Oct. 6 -- James M. Sturgis, 34, Worthington, was arrested on a warrant from another county and was being held without bond.

* Oct. 6 -- Joseph R. Hooker, 29, Worthington, was arrested on a warrant and was being held without bond.

* Oct. 6 -- Brandon S. Perrine, 20, Farmersburg, was arrested on a warrant and was released on Oct. 8.

* Oct. 6 -- David T. Lasure, 50, Terre Haute, was arrested on a warrant and was released on Oct. 7.

LINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT

ACTIVITY LOG

The Linton Police Department's activity log for Monday included two fraud investigations, two requests for information only, one accident with property damage, three medical/illness, two animal complaints, one suspicious vehicle or person, one assist to another agency, two reckless drivers, six thefts-other, one theft-bicycle and two domestic disputes-neighbors.

* Oct. 6 -- Two drive-off thefts were reported around 1:30-2 p.m. by the BP Gas Station on State Road 54 E. In one, a person pumped $9 worth of fuel then drove off without paying. In the other, a female driver pumped $50.10 worth of fuel into a white Durango then drove off without paying. LPD Officer Karl Jacobshagen is the investigating officer.

* Oct. 6 -- A drive-off theft was reported by Casey's General Store on State Road 54 and Echles Ave. Around 7 p.m. a person driving a blue/silver pickup truck pumped $25 worth of fuel then drove off without paying. The suspect was seen heading westbound on Echles Ave. with their emergency flashers on. LPD Cpl. Chad E. Crynes is the investigating officer.

* Oct. 6 -- A Linton resident who said he had been having identity theft problems for several months called the police after discovering that someone had written, without his permission, an over-the-phone check for $29.95 to an adult website. LPD Officer Karl Jacobshagen is the investigating officer.