The Linton Police Department's activity log for Thursday included one protective order violation, one utility repair, one funeral escort, two medical/illness, four animal complaints, two suspicious vehicles/persons, one harassment complaint, one possibly intoxicated driver, one reckless driver, one extra patrol and three thefts.
* Nov. 10 -- Police are investigating the theft of an air conditioner unit from a residence on SW A St. According to a police report, when the owner came by to check on the property, he found a fence was knocked down and the air conditioning unit was gone. The wires had been cut. LPD Officer Nick Yingling is the investigating officer.
* Nov. 10 -- Police responded to a report of a residential entry but the report indicates it might have been a false report. A female resident said she received a phone call from her 32-year-old son stating a suspect had come into the home, hit him over the head and drug him into the bathroom then started to go through things. An officer contacted the suspect and learned he had been at work throughout the day. The report also states the son had no bruising on his face or scalp. LPD Officer Nick Yingling, the investigating officer, was assisted by Det. Sgt. Keith McDonald.
* Nov. 10 -- An out-of-town shopper reported her billfold with identification, cards and checks was taken from her cart while she was playing a game in the foyer of the WalMart store. LPD Officer Thomas Jerrels was the investigating officer.
* Nov. 11 -- A female resident reported a protective order violation but asked that the violator just get a warning. The police report states the officer explained to her that if he started with an investigation, he would follow through with it and charge the violator with a violation. She didn't want to fill out any paperwork. LPD Officer Nick Yingling was the investigating officer.