The Linton Police Department's activity log for Friday through Sunday included one incident of trespassing, one illegal burn, one title check, two follow-up investigations, three requests for information, one lifting assistance, two assists to the utility department after hours, two incidents of vandalism, two custody disputes/exchanges, one drug investigation, one criminal mischief, one disorderly conduct, two structure fires, one loitering, three accidents with property damage, one lost and found, seven medical/illness, three alarms, one animal complaint, four suspicious vehicles/persons, one child abuse or neglect, one possibly intoxicated driver, three reckless drivers, one theft-other, one disabled or stranded vehicle, two welfare checks/concerns, one arrest-wanted on warrant, one domestic dispute, one open garage door, two ordinance violations and 21 traffic stops.
The activity log for Monday included one incident of minor consumption, one request for information, one accident with property damage, one medical/illness, one alarm, two assists to other agencies, one complaint of harassment, two reckless drivers, one extra patrol, one domestic dispute, one open garage door, one ordinance violation, one battery and three traffic stops.
* May 28 -- A shop owner reported a burglary. The owner said he left the shop briefly and went he went back inside, he found the register had been opened and all of the cash removed. The change was left. Nothing else appeared to be missing or disturbed. Video evidence was recovered and will be analyzed by the Indiana State Police. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark was the investigating officer.
* May 28 -- A resident who left his vehicle parked at Free Parking overnight reported someone had damaged his vehicle during late night hours. The police report states it appeared as though someone had crashed into it with another vehicle or maybe kicked the side. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark was the investigating officer.
* May 28 -- A Jasonville resident reported a hit-and-run incident occurred in the WalMart parking lot at approximately 1 p.m. She said she was sitting in a red Town and Country van when a beat-up white truck struck the rear of her van then left the scene. LPD Officer Debbie McDonald was the investigating officer.
* May 30 -- Matthew D. Moore, 31, Linton, was arrested at approximately 4 p.m. at a residence on NE 12 Street after an officer saw him walking down the sidewalk nearby and knew a warrant was out for his arrest. Moore was transported to the Greene County Jail. The warrant was issued on a probation violation. LPD Officer Debbie McDonald was the investigating officer.
LOCAL ORDINANCE CITATIONS
* May 28 -- Debbie Easter, parking