The Linton Police Department's activity log for Friday through Sunday included one report of fraud, two title checks, two follow-up investigations, two assists to the utility department after hours, two reports of vandalism, one protective order violation, one school/foot patrol, one property dispute, two structure fires, six accidents with personal injury, two accidents with property damage, three medical/illness, two alarms, one suspicious vehicle/person, two assist to other agencies, one child abuse/molestation/neglect investigation, one traffic control, two lost or stolen license plates, one welfare check or concern, one motor vehicle theft, one missing person-adult, one fingerprint for a gun permit, six domestic disputes, one shoplifting, one community relations, one theft-unfounded and six traffic stops.
* Sept. 24 -- Police invested a complaint of harassment which allegedly occurred at the WalMart store at approximately 9:25 p.m. A female subject said while she was in the store, two other females started harassing her and her family with yelling and screaming and continued to follow them and make threats. One of the females was the ex-girlfriend of the victim's current boyfriend. LPD Officer Brock Garrison was the investigating officer.
* Sept. 24 -- A woman reported that she was receiving threatening text messages and phone calls from her ex-boyfriend and a no-contact order is valid. LPD Officer Brock Garrison was the investigating officer. Det. Josh Goodman assisted.
* Oct. 2 -- A resident on RR 2 reported a license plate has been missing off of a utility trailer since Sept. 20. LPD Officer Debbie McDonald was the investigating officer.
* Oct. 2 -- Police are investigating an incident of domestic battery involving a man alleged to have kicked a woman in the stomach and slapped her in the face around 7 p.m. LPD Officer Nick Yingling is the investigating officer.
* Oct. 2 -- An officer on patrol in the park noticed a pop machine tipped over on the north side of the tennis courts but there was no one around to question. LPD Reserve Officer Rodney Bredeweg was the investigating officer along with Officer Nick Yingling.
* Oct. 3 -- An officer was dispatched to the bowling alley at 7:25 p.m. on the report of two female juveniles who had written on the walls of the bathroom. Their parents had been called and were on their way to the business. Photographs were taken of the writing, the parents then had the suspects, both 13-years-old, wash the walls, then took the suspects to the police department for interviews. LPD Officer Nick Yingling was the investigating officer.