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Linton Police Department Jail Log

Monday, January 24, 2011

The Linton Police Department's activity log for Friday through Sunday included one report of trespassing, two of refusal to leave, one medical/extraction, one follow-up investigation, two requests for information, one custody dispute and/or exchange, three vehicle fires, one transport of documentation, one accident with personal injury, three accidents with property damage, one escort to a bank, two medical/illness calls, one alarm, two animal complaints, two suspicious vehicles and/or persons, two assists to other agencies, one domestic battery, one possibly intoxicated driver, one traffic control detail, one theft of a motor vehicle, three reports of other thefts, one abandoned vehicle, one community relations detail, one open garage door and seven traffic stops.

* Jan. 21 -- A woman who resides in Mobile Manor reported a theft occurred at approximately 6 p.m. when a male suspect took $120 in cash and a bottle of 35 prescription Vicoden pills and left her residence on foot. The suspect was located by an officer about 20 minutes later and was searched. The man did not have a prescription bottle on him but he did have $100 in cash that he claimed was his. The case is listed as "unfounded" and no charges are expected. LPD Officer Debbie McDonald was the investigating officer.

* Jan. 22 -- While responding to and investigating a domestic dispute at approximately 4 a.m., officers encountered a suspect who is alleged to have first threatened LPD Cpl. Paul Clark then battered him by shoving him. The suspect, Anthony J. Lewis 27, of Linton was arrested and transported to the Greene County Jail where he was booked in on preliminary charges of intimidation, battery, resisting law enforcement and disorderly conduct. He was being held in lieu of $6,500 bond. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark is the investigating officer.

* Jan. 23 -- The Chuckles gas station reported a drive-off theft occurred at 2:29 a.m. when someone pumped $70 worth of gasoline into an '80s model Ford that was black on top and bottom with silver in the middle then left without paying. LPD Officer Debbie McDonald was the investigating officer.