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Police Logs

Monday, October 27, 2008

GREENE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

JAIL LOG

* Oct. 24 -- Miranda R. Roe-Keller, 28, Linton, was arrested on a warrant and was being held on $4,000 bond. Greene County Sheriff's Deputy Skyler Pittman was the arresting officer.

* Oct. 24 -- Jeremy L. Ivy, 23, Hymera, was arrested on a warrant, released on $5,000 bond and scheduled to appear in court on Oct. 31. Indiana State Police Trooper Kent Winstead was the arresting officer.

* Oct. 24 -- Adam L. Stockwell, 24, Farmersburg, was arrested on a warrant and was being held on $9,000 bond. Indiana State Police Trooper Harry Bedwell was the arresting officer.

* Oct. 24 -- Kristi L. Moran, 34, Linton, was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear and was being held without bond.

* Oct. 24 -- Corey J. Bennington, 26, Lyons, was arrested on a warrant and was being held without bond. Greene County Sheriff's Reserve Officer Mark Evans was the arresting officer.

* Oct. 24 -- Joshua D. Jones, 22, Linton, was arrested on a warrant, released on $9,000 bond and scheduled to appear in court on Oct. 31.

* Oct. 24 -- Kimberly A. Southern, 37, Bloomfield, was arrested on a warrant and was being held on $4,500 bond.

* Oct. 24 -- Jeffrey L. Meier, 45, Sullivan, was arrested on a warrant and was being held on $15,000 bond. Indiana State Police Trooper Kent Winstead was the arresting officer.

* Oct. 25 -- Stephen L. Wilkins, 44, Linton, was arrested on a warrant and was being held without bond. Greene County Sheriff's Reserve Officer Rick Marques was the arresting officer.

* Oct. 25 -- Robert E. Steed, 43, Linton, was arrested on a warrant and was being held on $4,000 bond. Jasonville Police Officer Danny Keller was the arresting officer.

* Oct. 26 -- Roy M. Arthur, 25, Worthington, was arrested on preliminary charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated, released on $5,000 bond and scheduled to appear in court on Oct. 31. Greene County Sheriff's Deputy Chris McDonald was the arresting officer.

LINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT

ACTIVITY LOG

The Linton Police Department's activity log for Friday through Sunday included three incidents of breaking and entering, two follow-up investigations, four requests for information only, one lifting assistance, four assists to the utility department after hours, one vandalism, one custody dispute/exchange, one public intoxication, two accidents with property damage, one lost and found, one mental case, six medical/illness, six animal complaints, one suspicious vehicle/person, two assists to other agencies, two burglaries, one harassment complaint, one speeding vehicle, two thefts-other, five welfare check/concern, one fingerprint for a gun permit, one arrest-wanted on warrant, three domestic disputes, one ordinance violation and 11 traffic stops.

* Oct. 25 -- A resident on NE A St. reported numerous incidents of theft of items taken without forced entry over the previous months including jewelry, money and two handguns. LPD Officer Karl Jacobshagen is the investigating officer.

* Oct. 25 -- A resident reported a theft which occurred sometime between 3-5 p.m. on Oct. 24 while their vehicle was parked near the pop machine at Sav-A-Lot. Prescription drugs were taken out of the vehicle along with over $100 in cash and mats and a Tinkerbell steering wheel cover. The vehicle was unlocked. LPD Reserve Officer Harry Hovey was the investigating officer.

* Oct. 25 -- Police are investigating thefts of items from the vehicles of employees at Dairy Queen on Oct. 24. A wallet, IDs and cash was taken from one vehicle and a purse, IDs and a cell phone was taken from another. Both vehicles were left unlocked. LPD Det. Sgt. Keith McDonald is the investigating officer.

* Oct. 26 -- A resident reported an incident of criminal mischief in the parking lot of WalMart. After parking the vehicle in Row 10 around 12:00 a.m., they returned at 1:00 a.m. to find someone had thrown eggs on the vehicle and spread peanut butter on the windows and door handles. LPD Cpl. Chad Crynes was the investigating officer.