The Linton Police Department's activity log for Thursday included two incidents of illegal burning, one request for information only, one for lifting assistance, one assist to the utility department after hours, one vandalism, one missing or runaway juvenile, two accidents with property damage, one medical/illness, one suspicious vehicle/person, one reckless driver, one theft-other, one disabled or stranded vehicle, one arrest-wanted on warrant, one animal/canine removed and six traffic stops.
* Oct. 28 -- Garrett Alsman, 19, Linton, was arrested by LPD Officer Brock Garrison, assisted by Det. Josh Goodman, at his residence on a warrant issued out of Greene County on a petition to revoke his probation on a conviction of a class B misdemeanor, possession of a device or substance used to interfere with a screening test. He was transported to the Greene County Jail where he was being held without bond.
* Oct. 28 -- The owner of an apartment building on SE 7th St. reported a fire extinguisher was missing out of a building. LPD Officer Nick Yingling was the investigating officer.
* Oct. 29 -- Police were called to the scene of an accident involving two vehicles at 5:33 p.m. at NW F St. and Main St. James Willoughby, 23, Linton, was eastbound on NW F St. and when he came to the intersection, reportedly pulled out into the path of another vehicle that was southbound on Main St. The impact was slight, causing minimal damage to both vehicles. No injuries were reported. A records check was ran on both drivers and Willoughby was found to be driving while suspended with a prior conviction. Willoughby was given a summons and information was forwarded to the Greene County Prosecutor's Office. LPD Officer Brock Garrison was the investigating officer, assisted by Officer Nick Yingling.