LINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
The Linton Police Department's activity log for Friday through Sunday included one follow-up investigation, one forgery and counterfeiting, four requests for information only, one for lifting assistance, two juvenile/delinquents, one assist to the utility department after hours, two vandalism, four school/foot patrols, two structure fires, one brush fire, three accidents with property damage, one funeral escort, one suicide or attempted suicide, eight medical/illness, one alarm, three animal complaints, one suspicious vehicle/person, two assists to other agencies, two harassment complaints, one speeding vehicle, one possibly intoxicated driver, one reckless driver, two extra patrols, one attempted burglary, one animal/debris in roadway, two welfare checks/concerns, one domestic dispute and six traffic stops.
* Sept. 25 -- An incident of criminal mischief that occurred near the "witches hat" in Humphreys Park around 2 p.m. on Sept. 20 was reported to the police. A cell phone screen was broken by accident and then a male suspect allegedly took the phone and smashed it on the ground to the point of it not being usable. LPD Officer Karl Jacobshagen was the investigating officer.
* Sept. 25 -- Kevin W. Moore, 35, Linton, was taken into custody around 1:25 p.m. in the parking lot of Auto Zone after an officer saw him at a liquor store then drive westbound on State Road 54 then stop in the lot. His vehicle was inventoried and towed. Moore was wanted on a body attachment. He was transported to the Greene County Jail, booked in then released on $500 bond. LPD Officer Deb McDonald was the investigating officer. Greene County Sheriff's Deputy John Fowler booked him in to jail.
* Sept. 26 -- A resident on SW 3rd St. reported an incident of criminal mischief that occurred around 2 a.m. They heard two loud bangs outside then noticed that parts of a Tiki torch had been thrown against their truck. LPD Officer Karl Jacobshagen was the investigating officer.
* Sept. 26 -- The Grill restaurant reported to the police they had received a phony $10 bill from an elderly customer who was unaware the bill was fake. LPD Officer Karl Jacobshagen was the investigating officer.