GREENE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT
* May 8 -- Zackery S. Brault, 22, Spencer, was arrested on a warrant issued in connection with a petition to revoke and was being held without bond. Greene County Reserve Deputy Jason Crouch was the arresting officer.
* May 9 -- Bryan M. Cox, 32, Newberry, was arrested on a preliminary charge connected with being an habitual traffic violator, released on $4,000 bond and scheduled to appear in court on May 15. Lyons Town Marshal Ron Sparks was the arresting officer.
* May 10 -- Clark E. Farabee, 51, Linton, was arrested on a preliminary charge of residential entry, released on $4,000 bond and scheduled to appear in court on May 15. Linton Police Officer Jayson Smith was the arresting officer.
LINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
The Linton Police Department's activity log for Friday through Sunday included one incident of littering, one breaking and entering, one refusing to leave, two title checks, two requests for information only, one juvenile/delinquent, two assists to the utility department after hours, one criminal mischief, one utility repair, one accident with personal injury, two accidents with property damage, two suicides or attempted suicides, six medical/illness, one alarm, six animal complaints, two suspicious vehicles/persons, three assists to other agencies, five harassment complaints, one theft-other, one disabled or stranded vehicle, one domestic dispute, one shoplifting, one ordinance violation and 11 traffic stops.
* May 9 -- A resident on N. Main St. reported a driver left the scene of an accident after a vehicle caused damage to her garage/shed roof which sits right beside an alley. The police report said it appeared that a large dump truck or similar vehicle had clipped the edge of the garage while passing by. The driver may not have realized they had hit the garage. Linton Police Officer Karl Jacobshagen was the investigating officer.
* May 10 -- An employee of the Dollar General Store reported a theft after a female place Tylenol PM into her purse then exit the store without paying. The employee said the incident was caught on video surveillance footage. Linton Police Officer Karl Jacobshagen was the investigating officer.