The Linton Police Department's activity log for Thursday included one title check, one follow-up investigation, one assist to the utility department after hours, one incident of vandalism, one school/foot patrol, one lost and found, one medical/illness, one animal complaint, one disabled/stranded vehicle, one domestic dispute, two ordinance violations and one traffic stop.
* May 19 -- A resident on SE E St. reported an incident of criminal mischief and vandalism occurred sometime after 12:30 a.m. Her garage door may have been struck by a four-wheeler. The bottom are of the door was dented but no other damage was noted. LPD Officer Karl Jacobshagen was the investigating officer.
* May 19 -- A Newberry woman reported a domestic battery occurred in the parking lot of her place of employment in Linton around 10:45 a.m. when a Bloomfield man came there and got the keys to a truck from the woman, and before he left, grabbed her in an attempt to get hold of her cell phone. As he was driving off, he threw her things out of the truck. LPD Officer Debbie McDonald is the investigating officer.
* May 20 -- A resident reported an incident of harassment and attempted battery occurred around 11:40 a.m. outside a local shop where the victim/resident had been talking to the father of her child. But the father was dating someone and that person later came to the shop and tried to start a fight with the victim. LPD Det. Duane Collenbaugh was the investigating officer.
* May 20 -- A resident who owns property on NW J Street reported a break-in occurred, the house was vandalized/ransacked and the door was left standing open. LPD Det. Duane Collenbaugh was the investigating officer.
* May 21 -- Ashley Hancock, 25, Plainville, was arrested after police responded to an incident involving Hancock and her boyfriend at the Park Inn. According to the police report, Hancock was made to leave and told not to return. She returned and was again told to leave. A short time later, officers saw her sitting on the landing in front of the motel, in an intoxicated state. Hancock was taken into custody at approximately 3:30 a.m. and booked into the Greene County Jail on a preliminary charge of public intoxication. Her bond was set at $500. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark, the investigating officer, was assisted on the scene by LPD Det. Josh Goodman.
LOCAL ORDINANCE CITATIONS
* May 19 -- Christopher Bland, disregarding stop sign