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Police Logs

Monday, August 22, 2011

GREENE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT JAIL LOG

* Aug. 22 -- Aaron Kirk, 21, of Worthington, was arrested by the Worthington Police Department on a warrant charging him with theft. Bond set at $4,000.

* Aug. 21 -- Matthew W. Farris, 25, Evansville was arrested by the Indiana Natural Resources Conservation Enforcement Division on a warrant for petition to revoke a suspended sentence. Released after posting $5,000 bond. Court date set for Aug. 26 at 8:30 a.m.

* Aug. 21 -- Nicole Halderman, 29, Route 2, Linton was arrested by the Linton Police Department on a preliminary charge of theft. No bond set pending a court appearance.

* Aug. 21 -- Michael K. Arthur, 29, Worthington, was arrested by the Jasonville Police Department on a preliminary charge of driving while suspended with a prior conviction. Released from jail after posting $1,000 bond. Court date set for Aug. 26.

* Aug. 21 -- Dustin J. Butler, 30, of Worthington, was arrested by the Greene County Sheriff's Department on a preliminary charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated with a prior conviction; possession of a controlled substance. No bond set pending a court appearance.

* Aug. 20 -- Lori D. Land, 34, Worthington, was arrested by the Linton Police Department on a preliminary charge of theft. Bond set at $4,000.

* Aug. 19 -- Kyle D. Myers, 18, of Route 3, Linton, was arrested by the Greene County Sheriff's Department on a preliminary charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated with a prior conviction and minor consumption. Bond set at $8,500.

* Aug. 19 -- Jesse B. Craig, 35, Bedford, was arrested by the Greene County Sheriff's Department on a warrant charging him with two counts of theft. Released from jail after posting $8,000 bond. Court date set for 9 a.m. on Aug. 24.

* Aug. 19 -- Jacquelyn L. Akers, 49, was arrested by the Linton Police Department on a preliminary charge of disorderly conduct. Bond set at $500.

LINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT ACTIVITY REPORT

The Linton Police log for Aug. 19-21 included: Two trespassing cases; an illegal burn; one fight; one juvenile case; one vandalism case; a custody dispute; one drug investigation; two cases of criminal mischief; one missing/runaway juvenile; four personal injury traffic accidents; three property damage traffic accidents; three animal complaints; a burglary case; one harassment case; a vehicle theft; two domestic disputes; one shoplifting case; one ordinance violation; and 11 traffic stops.

Ordinance Violations

* Aug. 20 -- Mark G. Hollingsworth, disregarded stop sign.

Investigations

* Aug. 21 -- A 29-year-old rural Linton woman, Nichole L. Halderman, was arrested and charged with theft after she allegedly took some food items without paying for them from the Save-A-Lot store in Linton. Among the items taken was three packages of meat, two boxes of muffin mix, rice and some candy bars. The suspect, who is unemployed, told LPD officer Brock Garrison that she was hungry and didn't have money to pay for any food. She was transported to the county jail in Bloomfield without incident.

* Aug. 20 -- Lori Land, 34, of Worthington, was arrested by LPD officer Nick Yingling and charged with theft. She was observed by personnel at the Save-A-Lot store in Linton taking some items and putting them in a bag she was holding. When she exited the store without paying for them, she was arrested. She said she was hungry and admitted to taking the items when questioned by Yingling.

* Aug. 20 -- A resident who lives on 8th Street NE reported that a porch swing, valued at $100, was taken from his front porch some time during the night.

* Aug. 19 -- LPD officer Nick Yingling arrested a 50-year-old Bloomfield woman, Jacquelyn Akers, on a charge of disorderly conduct. About 3:20 p.m. Akers allegedly refused to leave an apartment in Camelot Court. When Yingling arrived, Akers was yelling ad cursing at the resident. When Yingling asked her several times to quiet down and she refused, she was arrested.

* Aug. 19 -- Chuckles Service Station on State Road 54 reported that a woman pumped $25.01 worth of gasoline and then drove off without paying for it. No vehicle description was available.