The Linton Police Department's activity log for Friday through Sunday included one incident of breaking and entering, one refusal to leave, two follow-up investigations, two juveniles/delinquent, one custody dispute/exchange, one drug investigation, one civil complaint, one disorderly conduct, two accidents with property damage, one funeral escort, one lost and found, one off-road vehicle complaint, five medical/illness, one alarm, three animal complaints, one VIN check, one harassment complaint, one driving while suspended, one possibly intoxicated driver, two reckless drivers, one traffic control, one extra patrol, one theft-other, one message delivery, one motor vehicle theft, one fingerprint for a gun permit, one arrest-wanted on warrant, two domestic disputes and two community relations.
* Sept. 11 -- Geoffrey R. Sapp of Bloomfield was arrested after police received a report of a possibly intoxicated driver, investigated and saw the vehicle exiting the parking lot of McDonald's restaurant. An officer who then got behind the vehicle reported it turned south onto SE 12th St., nearly driving over a curb, then while driving south, left the roadway then came back on, flattening a tire. The vehicle was stopped. The officer reported open containers in the vehicle and the driver, Sapp, failed roadside sobriety tests. Sapp was transported to the police department where he again failed standard field sobriety tests and registered .04 on a certified breath test. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark was the investigating officer with assistance from LPD Officer Heath Murray.
* Sept. 18 -- A Midland resident working at Glenburn reported the theft of their checkbook out of the glove box of their vehicle. They went to work at 11 p.m. and when the returned to the vehicle around 7:20 a.m., the checkbook was gone. LPD Officer Deb McDonald was the investigating officer.
* Sept. 20 -- A Bloomfield resident shopping at WalMart in Linton reported a hit-and-run accident after they found their 2002 black BMW had been damaged sometime between 5-6 p.m. on Sept. 17. It was parked in the center of a row near the grocery side. They didn't notice the damage until Sept. 19. LPD Officer Deb McDonald was the investigating officer.