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Police Logs

Monday, October 19, 2009

GREENE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

JAIL LOG

* Oct. 17 -- Brian R. Callihan, 27, Linton, was arrested on a preliminary charge related to being an habitual traffic violator, released on $4,000 bond and scheduled to appear in court on Oct. 30. Linton Police Reserve Officer Brock Garrison was the arresting officer.

* Oct. 18 -- Jeremy C. Hall, 26, Newberry, was arrested on a preliminary charge of violating a protective order and was being held without bond. Greene County Sheriff's Deputy Leon Dunigan was the arresting officer.

LINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT

ACTIVITY LOG

The Linton Police Department's activity log for Friday through Sunday included two requests for information only, four assists to the utility department after hours, one vandalism, one criminal mischief, one school/foot patrol, two structure fires, on loitering, one missing or runaway juvenile, four accidents with property damage, five medical/illness, five animal complaints, one prowler, one assist to another agency, one harassment complaint, two thefts-other, one arrest-wanted on warrant, two domestic disputes, one battery and 23 traffic stops.

* Oct. 17 -- A resident on SE 4th St. reported the theft of 69 prescription Xanax pills that had been in a hidden spot at the residence. LPD Officer Heath Murray was the investigating officer.

* Oct. 18 -- A resident on RR3 reported the theft of a central air conditioning unit that was at the residence on Oct. 16. On Oct. 18, the resident noticed the lines had been cut and the unit was gone. LPD Officer Debbie McDonald was the investigating officer.

* Oct. 19 -- An 18-year-old resident came to the police department and reported that someone had broken into his gray Ford Ranger pickup while it was parked in the Family Pharmacy parking lot around 12:40 a.m. The officer reported both doors were locked but the back glass did not and it was forced open. The police report said the CD player along with the middle of the dash was ripped out but the reporting party advised nothing was missing. LPD Officer Heath Murray was the investigating officer.