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Police Logs

Monday, August 17, 2009

GREENE COUNTY

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

JAIL LOG

* Aug. 14 -- Timothy L. Glosser, 38, Solsberry, was arrested on a preliminary charge of driving while suspended with a prior conviction, released on $1,000 bond and scheduled to appear in court on Aug. 21. Bloomfield Deputy Marshal Jordan Hasler was the arresting officer.

* Aug. 14 -- Deborah D. Dicus, 46, Linton, was arrested on a warrant and was being held without bond. Greene County Sheriff's Special Deputy Karen Oliphant was the arresting officer.

* Aug. 14 -- Sean M. Dixon, 21, Solsberry, was arrested on a warrant and was being held in lieu of $14,000 bond. Greene County Sheriff's Deputy John Fowler was the arresting officer.

* Aug. 15 -- Colin L. Wolf, 52, Bloomington, was arrested on a preliminary charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated and was being held in lieu of $4,000 bond. Indiana State Police Trooper Eric Russell was the arresting officer.

* Aug. 15 -- Kelly W. Landis, 44, Linton, was arrested on a body attachment, released after posting $500 and scheduled to appear in court on Aug. 17. Greene County Sheriff's Deputy Shane Smith was the arresting officer.

* Aug. 16 -- Charles W. Stratton, 45, Petersburg, was arrested on a preliminary charge of possession of marijuana and was being held in lieu of $1,000 bond. Greene County Sheriff's Deputy Shane Smith was the arresting officer.

* Aug. 16 -- Christopher A. Roberts, 20, Jasonville, was arrested on a preliminary charge of disorderly conduct, released on $500 bond and scheduled to appear in court on Aug. 21. Jasonville Police Officer Ryan Van Horn was the arresting officer.

* Aug. 16 -- Jason Greer, 31, Ellettsville, was arrested on a preliminary charge of resisting law enforcement with a vehicle and was being held in lieu of $4,000 bond. Greene County Sheriff's Deputy Brad Deckard was the arresting officer.

LINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT

ACTIVITY LOG

The Linton Police Department's activity log for Friday through Sunday included one trespassing incident, one illegal burn, one follow-up investigation, three requests for information only, two assists to the utility department after hours, two incidents of vandalism, one custody dispute/exchange, one protective order violation, two school/foot patrols, one reckless driving complaint, two accidents with personal injury, seven accidents with property damage, one lost and found, one off-road vehicle complaint, five medical/illness, one alarm, two animal complaints, one prowler, two suspicious vehicles/persons, six assists to other agencies, one burglary, two harassment complaints, one animal/debris in roadway, one disabled/stranded vehicle, one bicycle theft, two welfare check/concern, one assist to the utility department, one arrest-wanted on warrant, five domestic disputes and 20 traffic stops.

* Aug. 14 -- A resident reported an incident of criminal mischief/vandalism that occurred while their vehicle was parked in the main parking lot at the school during an evening ball game. When they returned to the car they noticed a deep key scratch mark on the rear quarter of the passenger's side. LPD Officer Karl Jacobshagen was the investigating officer.

* Aug. 15 -- A resident on SW F St. reported a burglary after she returned home to find her house had been ransacked and several items missing. The police report said the house was in disarray with many items thrown around but no sign of forced entry. LPD Officer Karl Jacobshagen was the investigating officer.

* Aug. 17 -- A resident of RR2 reported an incident of criminal mischief after a 25-year-old male came to her residence and asked to use her phone. For some reason, he became angry while leaving the residence and broke the windshield out of her car. The police report says the incident occurred around 12:24 p.m. LPD Reserve Officer Mike Harroll was the investigating officer.

* Aug. 17 -- Around 2:30 p.m., another woman reported another incident of criminal mischief involving a 25-year-old male who came to a residence on NW F St. and became physically aggressive with another male subject. When the 25-year-old left, someone inside the house heard a crash, looked out the door and saw the windshield of a car had been smashed. LPD Reserve Officer Mike Harroll was the investigating officer.