The Linton Police Log for July 13 included: One trespassing, one breaking and entering, three follow-up investigations, one information request, one delinquent juvenile, one missing/runaway juvenile, two lost and founds, one medical/illness, three animal complaints, one suspicious vehicle/person, one harassment complaint, two welfare checks/concerns and three traffic stops.
* LPD Officer Nick Yingling arrived at 109 NW D St. to serve a welfare check. He knocked on the front door, and when no one answered he proceeded to the back door to find it open. Yingling yelled into the house, and Ronald Smith identified himself. Upon verification with dispatch, it was advised that Smith was wanted on a warrant in Sullivan County, was taken into custody and transported to Sullivan County.
* No criminal charges are going to be filed against Curtis L. Keller based on a review by Prosecutor Jarrod Holtsclaw. A complaint had been made by Chad N. Green July 5 to LPD, stating the suspect allegedly verbally harassed Green and his wife in Wal-Mart parking lot.
* A man filed a complaint on behalf of Wal-Mart, stating a suspect had retrieved a gift card in the amount of $30 without paying for it, and used the card at Murphy's gas station to purchase gas. The man also reported the person had a register shortage in the amount of $250 on April 8. LPD Officer Nick Yingling is the investigating officer.