LINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
The Linton Police Department's activity log for Friday through Sunday included one incident of fraud, two illegal burns, one title check, one follow-up investigation, one request for information only, one juvenile/delinquent, one vandalism, one custody dispute/exchange, one vehicle fire, one transport of documentation, one missing or runaway juvenile, three accidents with property damage, one funeral escort, two medical/illness, four animal complaints, three suspicious vehicles/persons, two assists to another agency, two harassment complaints, one child abuse/neglect, two thefts-other, one welfare check, concern, two fingerprints for gun permits, one domestic dispute, two ordinance violations and 28 traffic stops.
* March 26 -- Kimberly Sue Fogerty, 37, Linton was arrested on a writ of attachment issued out of Greene County for a $151 judgment in favor of Linton-Stockton School Corporation. Officers took Fogerty into custody at her residence and transported her to the jail without incident. LPD Reserve Officer Brock Garrison was the investigating officer. Det. Josh Goodman assisted.
* March 27 -- A Linton woman was not injured but her vehicle was extensively damaged in a one-vehicle accident shortly after 12 a.m. The driver was northbound on County Road 1225W, crested a hill and saw what she thought was a limb in the road. It was actually a whole tree fallen across the roadway. As the car traveled across and through the tree, the front airbags deployed. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark was the investigating officer.
* March 27 -- A resident reported $130 cash was missing after another individual had spent the night in their home. LPD Det. Sgt. Keith McDonald was the investigating officer.
* March 27 -- A Bicknell woman reported an incident of intimidation and harassment occurred around 10 a.m. She was driving through Linton near the Sav-A-Lot Store when she received a text from her ex and then they began to argue over visitation of their kids. She said he became irate and said he would like to slash her throat. LPD Officer Karl Jacobshagen is the investigating officer.
* March 27 -- A Worthington woman reported an incident of criminal mischief occurred around 11:55 a.m. She was parking to go to work at a store in Linton when her ex approached her and began to argue over the custody of their daughter. The woman said the man then got angry, punched and broke one of the tail lights on her vehicle then left the area. LPD Officer Karl Jacobshagen is the investigating officer.
* March 27 -- Police responded to an accident involving two vehicles on State Road 54W near the intersection of CR 1500W around 4:47 p.m. No injuries were reported. Two vehicles were eastbound on the highway and had just passed the intersection. The first vehicle slowed for traffic, the second vehicle did not see that and was unable to avoid a collision. The first vehicle was struck in the rear and came to rest off the south side of the road. The second vehicle continued on a short distance then parked in a driveway. LPD Officer Karl Jacobshagen was the investigating officer.