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Linton Police Log

Monday, August 31, 2009

The Linton Police Department's activity log from Friday through Monday included two illegal burns, one title check, one follow-up investigation, three requests for information only, one lifting assistance, one drug investigation, three school/foot patrols, one public intoxication, two structure fires, one missing/runaway juvenile, four accidents with property damage, one funeral escort, one suicide or attempted suicide, seven medical/illness, five animal complaints, two suspicious vehicles/persons, one assist to another agency, one child abuse/neglect, one theft-other, one lost or stolen license plate, one domestic dispute-neighbor and 10 traffic stops.

* Aug. 28 -- A resident on NE G St. reported the theft of a license plate which was last seen on their vehicle on Aug. 26. LPD Reserve Officer Harry Hovey was the investigating officer.

* Aug. 28 -- Police responded to a minor accident involving two vehicles on private property at 1500 NE A St. around 1:27 p.m. One vehicle was parked with a driver inside when a second vehicle pulled into the adjacent parking spot as the first driver was opening a door to get out. The incoming vehicle struck and damaged the driver's side door on the parked vehicle but no injuries were reported. LPD Officer Debbie McDonald was the investigating officer.

* Aug. 29 -- A resident reported the theft of an iPod taken from their unlocked vehicle sometime between 12-3 p.m. while it was parked in the Auto Zone lot. The police report notes that an officer was able to recover the item. LPD Officer Karl Jacobshagen was the investigating officer.

* Aug. 30 -- Personnel from the Auto Zone store reported an incident of vandalism which occurred sometime after 9 p.m. on Aug. 29. An outdoor neon light was busted out while the store was closed. LPD Officer Karl Jacobshagen is the investigating officer.

* Aug. 30 -- The father of a 17-year-old girl reported his daughter had gotten into an argument with her mother then took off to go to an out-of-state location where she knew friends. The runaway will very soon turn 18. LPD Officer Karl Jacobshagen is the investigating officer.