The Linton Police Department's activity log for Friday through Sunday included one report of fraud, two illegal burns, four follow-up investigations, two requests for information only, two juveniles/delinquent, five assists to the utility department after hours, one vandalism incident, one protective order violation, one drug investigation, one civil complaint, two brush fires, two accidents with property damage, three lost and found, seven medical/illness, two alarms, two animal complaints, one VIN check, three burglaries, one complaint of harassment, three possibly intoxicated drivers, four thefts, one welfare check/concern, one 911 prank or false call, one assist to the fire department, one report of shoplifting, three battery incidents and five traffic stops.
* April 15 -- A man noticed that the hood was still sitting on his vehicle but both hinges were off and missing. LPD Officer Debbie McDonald was the investigating officer.
* April 15 -- A male reported that he left a residence and forgot to take his iPod. When he called to ask about it, the residents said the iPod could not be located. LPD Officer Debbie McDonald was the investigating officer.
* April 15 -- A theft of three flat screen televisions valued well over $1,000 was reported. All were located in the upstairs of a store at 68 N. Main. The police report states entry was made through the back window above an air conditioning unit and that all doors were locked. All of the wiring in the upstairs area had also been stripped and taken as well as the copper on the AC unit. LPD Officer Debbie McDonald is the investigation officer.
* April 15 -- Another theft was reported by a beauty shop located at 58 N. Main. The wiring had been stripped out of three appliances located in an upstairs area. The police report states access was gained through the building located at 68 N. Main. LPD Officer Debbie McDonald is the investigating officer. Both cases remain open.
* April 16 -- A drive-off theft of fuel was reported by the Petro Plus gas station on NE A St. A dark-colored vehicle with a white tailgate and chrome gas cap pulled in and pumped $62.38 worth of gas then left without paying. LPD Officer Nick Yingling was the investigating officer.
* April 16 -- A resident on E. Vincennes St. reported an incident of criminal mischief after she discovered a tire was flat on her vehicle. The police report indicates it had been slashed. LPD Officer Nick Yingling was the investigating officer.
* April 17 -- Police were called to a residence where a man who had gone there to pick up some of his household items got into a disagreement and scuffle with the female resident. LPD Officer Debbie McDonald is the investigating officer. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark assisted.
* April 17 -- A resident on SE 1st St. called police after he came home and found the back door standing open. There were no signs of forced entry and nothing was reported missing. LPD Cpl. Paul Clark was the investigating officer. LPD Officer Debbie McDonald assisted.