The Linton Police Department's activity log for Friday through Sunday included one incident of minor consumption, one illegal burn, one title check, two follow-up investigations, two requests for information, two assists to the utility department after hours, three incidents of vandalism, one custody dispute/exchange, one criminal mischief, one disorderly conduct, three accidents with property damage, one suicide or attempted suicide, four medical/illness, three alarms, one animal complaint, one assist to another agency, two harassment complaints, two extra patrols, three thefts-other, one welfare check/concern, one assist to the utility department, one fingerprint for a gun permit and 11 traffic stops.
* April 30 -- Police were called about an incident of harassment that was reported by a woman who said a woman driving her ex-boyfriend's truck yelled at her while she was working at her job around 7:30 p.m. She then received 10-15 phone calls which continued until she stopped answering the phone. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark was the investigating officer.
* May 1 -- A resident reported a person dressed in black, possibly a teenager, went around to the back of his trailer and stole his four-month-old blue pit bull dog around 1:17 a.m. The man said the suspect grabbed the dog then ran and jumped into a black Ford Explorer with big rims and fled north on SW 2nd St. LPD Reserve Officer Brock Garrison is the investigating officer.
* May 1 -- An incident of possible fraud/check deception was reported by Angell's Food Center. Three male subjects cashed checks from the same business on April 22 which were returned by the bank. LPD Officer Debbie McDonald is the investigating officer.
* May 1 -- Information for possible criminal charges against a number of juveniles has been forwarded to the Greene County Prosecutor's Office after an investigation into an incident of criminal mischief that reportedly occurred around 1:45 a.m. According to the police report, a resident on NW C Street woke up to the sound of breaking glass and something hitting the side of his house. He thought someone was attempting to burglarize his home and called 911. The noise continued and he looked out a window and saw two juveniles running east. Two windows were broken and a piece of siding was damaged. Police allege two juveniles approached the residence and threw rocks through windows and other suspects participated in throwing eggs. Bottles were also thrown. Information is limited due to the fact the suspects are juveniles but the police report indicates there were four or five involved and they were males between the ages of 11-14. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark is the investigating officer. Reserve Officer Harry Hovey also assisted in the investigation.
* May 2 -- A woman reported an incident of battery occurred while she was shopping at the WalMart store. When she was near the cakes in the bakery department, another woman grabbed her arm and spun her around. Information for possible criminal charges has been forwarded to the Greene County Prosecutor's Office. LPD Officer Debbie McDonald is the investigating officer.
* May 2 -- A drive-off theft of fuel was reported by the Fast Max station on NE A Street. A short and stocky male pumped $22 worth of gasoline into a gray Chevrolet minivan then left without paying around 3:30 p.m. LPD Officer Debbie McDonald was the investigating officer.
* May 2 -- A resident from the Switz City area reported an act of vandalism to her vehicle. After she arrived at work in Linton, she noticed damage to a headlamp where someone had written a demeaning word. The exact time or place where the damage occurred is unknown. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark was the investigating officer.
* May 2 -- No injuries were reported following an accident involving two vehicles at 11:43 a.m. on Roosevelt St. at NE 9th St. One driver was westbound on Roosevelt and said he did not see a stop sign. He collided with another vehicle that was southbound on NE 9th St. LPD Officer Debbie McDonald was the investigating officer. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark assisted on the scene.
* May 2 -- No injuries were reported following an accident involving two vehicles in a parking lot on State Road 54E. Both vehicles were parked across the lane from each other, both began to back out and neither one saw the other one. The rear corner of one collided into the front door of another. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark was the investigating officer.
* May 3 -- A woman called police and reported repeated unwanted contact from a male over the past several weeks. The woman was advised to petition the court for a protective order. The case remains under investigation. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark is the investigating officer.