The Linton Police Department's activity log for Wednesday included one title check, one follow-up investigation, one request for lifting assistance, one assist to the utility department after hours, two vandalism, one drug investigation, two accidents with property damage, one funeral escort, two medical/illness, one alarm, one assist to another agency, one attempted burglary, one theft, one message delivery, two domestic disputes and six traffic stops.
* Sept. 1 -- An attempted burglary was reported by a resident on NW 5th Street who told an officer that their teenage child was at a neighbor's house, noticed the back door to his own house was open, went home and saw a man standing in the kitchen but the suspect then fled but dropped the resident's prescription medication on the way. LPD Reserve Officer Wayman Blazier was the investigating officer.
* Sept. 1 -- A male resident on NW 4th Street reported an alleged battery was committed by his ex-girlfriend when the two got into an argument after she came to his residence. He alleged she knocked his hat off his head, tried to take his cell phone, but did take his iPod when she left. The suspect was located at the Country Porch and the iPod was recovered. She alleged he invited her and had battered her by throwing her to the ground. The police report states neither one showed signs of battery. LPD Cpl. Chad Crynes was the investigating officer. LPD Reserve Officer Wayman Blazier assisted on the scene.