The Linton Police Department's activity log for Tuesday included one follow-up investigation, one request for information, one incident of disorderly conduct, four medical/illness, one suspicious vehicle or person, one welfare check/concern, two domestic disputes and five traffic stops.
* July 28 -- One female driver, suspected of operating a vehicle while intoxicated, might have ended up in jail late Tuesday evening, but once taken to the hospital for a blood sample, her alcohol level was so high, she could not be released back into the officer's custody.
LPD Officer Tom Jerrels was working when he got a call from an off-duty reserve officer about a possibly intoxicated driver in the northwest area of Linton.
Jerrels was able to locate the vehicle around 10:30 p.m. in the area of NW 5th and J Streets. He made a traffic stop -- the plate lights were not functioning.
The driver, Charlotte C. Bresach, 51, Linton, was operating a green 2000 Dodge Durango. She was believed to be intoxicated and was transported to the hospital for a blood draw. The medical staff took the sample and the police report states, "It was determined that the female's blood-alcohol level was too high for her to be released."
LPD Reserve Officer Michael Harroll assisted with this investigation.
The case remains under active investigation.