The Linton Police Department's activity log for Friday through Sunday included two follow-up investigations, two illegal burns, two request for information, one bar fight, one juvenile/delinquent, three assists to the utility department after hours, one custody dispute/exchange, one protective order violation, one death investigation, one report of animal cruelty, one intimidation, one accident with property damage, three medical/illness, one alarm, three animal complaints, one VIN check, five reports of suspicious vehicles/persons, one assist to another agency, five complaints of harassment, one possibly intoxicated driver, one reckless driver, one extra patrol, one theft, three domestic disputes, one shoplifting, two community relations, one open garage door, one ordinance violation, one battery and 25 traffic stops.
* Sept. 10 -- A Carlisle woman who stopped at the Country Porch convenience store at approximately 6 p.m. realized after she arrived at a friend's house that her wallet containing cash and identification cards and a bottle of prescription medication were missing. She went back to the store but the items had not been turned in. LPD Officer Nick Yingling was the investigating officer.
* Sept. 10 -- While at a dance, LPD Officer Nick Yingling became aware that two minors had been drinking alcohol prior to the event, he spoke with them and portable breath tests also showed they had been drinking. No further information was released but information for charges has been forwarded to the courthouse.
* Sept. 12 -- Theodore James Miller II, 28, Linton, was arrested at approximately 9:57 p.m. and transported to the Greene County Jail without incident. Miller was stopped by LPD Officer Brock Garrison for disregarding a stop sign at the intersection of Baseline Rd. and County Road 1000W while operating a red 2004 Dodge Neon. A check on the status of his driver's license returned information that it was suspended and he had a prior conviction for driving while suspended. Miller posted $1,000 bond and was released the same day. LPD Cpl. Chad Crynes assisted on the scene.
* Sept. 12 -- A resident on SE 7th St. reported a Nintendo Wii, controllers and games worth approximately $200 was missing from her home after a suspect spent the night there a couple of weeks prior. LPD Officer Brock Garrison is the investigating officer.