The Linton Police Department's activity log for Monday included one follow-up investigation, one request for information, one for lifting assistance, one assist to the utility department after hours, one accident with property damage, one medical/illness, two alarms, one animal complaint, one welfare check/concern and one domestic dispute.
* Dec. 10 -- A resident said he was expecting a Christmas package from his parents in another state and was tracking it's progress through FedEx. It was delivered to an old address where the company reported someone signed for the package but when the resident attempted to pick it up, he was told no package was delivered. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark was the investigating officer. Due to follow-up being conducted with FedEx, the case is still active and turned over to LPD Lt. Det. Duane Collenbaugh.
* Dec. 11 -- Dustin L. Grissom, 23, Jasonville, was arrested at 6:15 a.m. by LPD Cpl. Paul F. Clark II at the Country Porch convenience store after officers had received numerous complaints about an intoxicated subject on the west side of Linton. The police report states when officers found Grissom, he was allegedly extremely intoxicated and failed field sobriety tests. Grissom was taken into custody, transported to the Greene County Jail and booked in on a preliminary charge of public intoxication, a class B misdemeanor.
* Dec. 11 -- A resident reported a hit-and-run occurred between 9:30-11 p.m. on NW 2nd St. where a red 1996 Ford was parked. The vehicle had been struck in the front causing damage to the front driver's side of the hood, bumper and quarter panel. LPD Officer Deb McDonald was the investigating officer.
* Dec. 12 -- A resident reported a hit-and-run occurred on NW C St. where a 2000 Ford truck was parked. The vehicle had been struck on the right front corner causing damage to lights, bumper, fender and mirror. The police report notes there was another hit-and-run incident the previous night in the same area. LPD Reserve Officer Harry Hovey was the investigating officer.
* Dec. 12 -- A resident reported a theft occurred at an unknown time between Dec. 10-12 when a AM/FM radio/cassette player was taken from her red 1997 Geo Tracker that was parked on N. Main St. The radio was gone and cords were pulled out and laying in the seat but there was no sign of forced entry and the vehicle had been locked. LPD Officer Deb McDonald was the investigating officer.