The Linton Police Department's activity log for Friday through Sunday included five illegal burning incidents, two title checks, two requests for information, two fights, one report of vandalism, one brush fire, two accidents with property damage, one funeral escort, one lost and found, seven medical/illness, two animal complaints, one prowler, two suspicious vehicles/persons, one assist to another agency, one complaint of harassment, one possibly intoxicated driver, one reckless driver, two thefts, one animal/debris in roadway, one arrest - wanted on warrant, one domestic dispute, one community relations and nine traffic stops.
* Nov. 10 -- An incident of vandalism was reported to have occurred at a home on NW 1st St. at an unknown time. Two windows were broken out of the basement and a door was unlocked. Neighbors reported seeing teenagers in the area. LPD Officer Brock Garrison was the investigating officer.
* Nov. 11 -- A theft of fuel was reported by the Chuckles gas station after a white male driving a Ford Taurus drove off without paying for $23 worth of gas at approximately 9:56 p.m. LPD Officer Brock Garrison was the investigating officer.
* Nov. 13 -- A resident on SE 7th St. reported her laptop, a special edition red pearl HP, was missing from the house. A man who had visited the residence is a suspect. LPD Officer Nick Yingling was the investigating officer.
* Nov. 13 -- A female resident reported an incident of criminal mischief occurred when a family member visiting her home was intoxicated and got mad at the resident, became violent and destroyed things in her home before leaving. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark was the investigating officer.
* Nov. 13 -- Corey S. Camden, 22, Dugger, was arrested by LPD Officer Brock Garrison at Camden's girlfriend's apartment in Linton. Camden was wanted on a warrant issued in late October out of Sullivan County on a preliminary charge of theft, a class D felony. Camden was taken into custody then turned over to Sullivan County authorities. His bond was set at $5,000. LPD Reserve Officer Randy Rainey and Cpl. Paul Clark assisted.