The Linton Police Department's activity log for Wednesday included two illegal burns, two follow-up investigation, one juvenile/delinquent, on incident of vandalism, three drug investigations, one animal cruelty, one intimidation, one complaint of reckless driving, two accidents with property damage, one funeral escort, five medical/illness, four animal complaints, one suspicious vehicle/person, one assist to another agency, one reckless driver, two thefts, one community relations and 12 traffic stops.
* Oct. 13 -- A resident on SE 7th Street reported that three cats in her neighborhood appeared sick and had possibly been poisoned. Two of them were strays. They would not respond to food or water and the resident was going to take all of them to the vet. The resident did not know what made the cats ill but wondered if someone was intentionally trying to kill the stray cats. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark was the investigating officer.
* Oct. 13 -- William Arthur Mooney, 23, Dugger was arrested during a traffic stop at 9 p.m. on Price Rd. west of 15th St. LPD Officer Thomas Adam Jerrels initiated the stop on a white 2004 Ford Ranger for speeding. Mooney was the driver. When the officer ran a check on Mooney's driving records, he determined that a warrant was out for Mooney's arrest. The warrant was issued in Sullivan County on a preliminary charge of battery resulting in bodily injury, a class A misdemeanor. Mooney was transported to Sullivan County and released into the custody of a SCSD deputy. Mooney was also given citations for speeding, a class C infraction and possession of paraphernalia, a class A infraction. Mooney was booked into the Sullivan County Jail where is bond was set at $3,000.