The Linton Police Department's activity log for Monday included one juvenile/delinquent, one assist to the utility department after hours, two reports of vandalism, four accidents with personal injury, one accident with property damage, one suicide or attempted suicide, one medical/illness, two alarms, one complaint about animals, one assist to another agency, one extra patrol, two thefts, one disabled or stranded vehicle, one community relations detail and one incident of battery.
* March 16 -- Police received a 911 call about a disorderly female that was refusing to leave an establishment as they were closing. LPD Officer Debbie McDonald was dispatched at approximately 10 p.m. to the LaFiesta Mexican Restaurant. When she arrived, an employee directed her to the woman who was then in the parking lot of the shopping center. The officer reported finding the woman stumbling across the lot. When she spoke to her, the officer reported a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage and said she had great difficulty standing unsupported. The woman was identified as Tasha R. Booker, 27, Linton. She was transported to the Greene County Jail where an attempt was made to administer field sobriety tests but Booker was unable to complete the tests. She was booked in, later released on bond and has been charged with public intoxication. Other officers who assisted included LPD Cpl. Paul F. Clark II, Cpl. Chad Crynes and Officer Thomas Jerrels.
* March 28 -- Police responded to the WalMart store when they called and advised that a shoplifter was being detained by loss prevention personnel. The shoplifter is accused of attempting to steal fish bait worth a total of $6.58. LPD Officer Duane Collenbaugh was the investigating officer. Officer Karl Jacobshagen assisted.
* March 28 -- A man reported the theft of several items that had been sitting at a residence on N. Main St. including a Mastercraft tire, an aluminum Ford rim, three large green oxygen tanks and one small green oxygen tank. LPD Cpl. Chad E. Crynes was the investigating officer.
* March 28 -- A resident reported their vehicle had a lot of damage all over that occurred sometime between March 26-28 but they did not know of anyone who would want to damage it. The police report states no pant transfer or scratches were found to indicate it had been struck by another vehicle and they did not see any foot or hand impressions. LPD Officer Thomas Jerrels was the investigating officer.