GREENE COUNTY SHERIFF'S
DEPARTMENT JAIL LOG
* May 29 -- Ronnie L. Day, 52, of Bloomfield, was arrested by the Greene County Sheriff's Department on a preliminary charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated. He was released after posting $4,000 bond. Court date set for June 3 at 8:30 a.m.
* May 29 -- Joshua M. Wilson, 25, Route 2, Linton, was arrested by the Linton Police Department on an outstanding warrant from Illinois for failure to appear in court. No bond set pending his transport to Illinois.
* May 29 --Deborah M. Ligammari, 44, of Worthington, was arrested by the Worthington Police Department on a warrant from Montgomery County. No bond set pending transport to Montgomery County.
* May 29 -- Michael D. Rehmel, 39, Route 2, Linton, was arrested by the Linton Police Department on a preliminary charge of domestic battery. Bond was set at $1,000.
* May 28 -- Ruby J. Wills, 30, of Worthington, was arrested by the Worthington Police Department on a preliminary charge of criminal recklessness with a deadly weapon. Bond was set at $9,000.
* May 27 -- William Nicholson, 39, Solsberry, was arrested by the Greene County Sheriff's Department on a warrant for invasion of privacy. No bond was set.
* May 27 -- Jennifer G. Morton, 35, of Route 3, Linton, was arrested by the Linton Police Department on a preliminary charge of public intoxication. She was released from jail after posting $500 bond. Court date set for June 3 at 8:30 a.m.
LINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
The Linton Police Department activity log for May 27-30 included: two trespassing cases, two illegal burns, two fights, two vandalism cases, one disorderly conduct case, one fire, six personal injury traffic accidents, five property damage traffic accidents, two animal complaints, two theft cases, four domestic disputes, one arson case, three ordinance violations, one battery case, one harassment case, and one burglary/attempted burglary case and 49 traffic stops.
* May 28 -- The LPD is investigating a theft at the Save-A-Lot Store. It is reported that a man wearing white shorts and a tan long-sleeve shirt and a hat walked into the store and went up and down the aisle putting a two liter bottle of soft drink and a bag of chips in his shirt. He left the store without paying for the items. Police are now reviewing surveillance video from inside the store.
* May 28 -- The LPD is seeking information about a possible arson/criminal mischief case at the Conservation Club. A witness saw juvenile males and a juvenile female exit the building about 2:20 p.m. However, when officer Nick Yingling arrived on the scene, the juveniles could not be located. Yingling noted in his incident report that some hay had been burnt in the entrance to one of the buildings. The case remains under investigation.
* May 28 -- The LPD is investigating a criminal mischief case on F Street NW. The female reporting party told police that she was in the shower about 10 p.m. and her son heard a noise and found her front storm door window broken.