LINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
The Linton Police Department log for Sept. 14 included: One disorderly conduct case, two animal complaints, one harassment complaint, one reckless driver, one domestic dispute and three traffic stops.
* Sept. 13 -- No one was hurt Tuesday afternoon in a two-vehicle wreck just outside the town limits near the intersection of County Road 1000W (Lone Tree Road) and County Road 400N in Stockton Township.
A 2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer, driven by 56-year-old Sharon Holdaway, of rural Jasonville, was traveling south on State Road 1000W and was struck in the rear passenger side by a 2006 Chevrolet, driven by 18-year-old Danielle Ledune -- which was traveling west on County Road 400N.
After the collision, Ledune's vehicle spun around and came to rest in a cornfield. Holdaway's vehicle spun around and flipped over on its top facing east.
Damage to both vehicles was estimated between $10,001 and $25,000.
Ledune told Linton City Police that she was unable to stop because of the gravel road.
City Ordinance Violations
* Sept. 14 -- James D. Schmucker, speeding.
GREENE COUNTY SHERIFF'S
DEPARTMENT JAIL LOG
* Sept. 15 -- Adam Sanders, 21, Elnora, was arrested by the Greene County Sheriff's Department on a warrant petition to revoke a suspended sentence. Bond set at $5,000.
* Sept. 15 -- William D. Kolling, 23, Lyons, was arrested by the Linton City Police Department on a preliminary charge of public intoxication. Bond set at $500.
* Sept. 14 -- Suzanne N. O'Neal, 30, of Linton, was arrested by the Linton City Police Department on a preliminary charge of public intoxication. Bond set at $500.
* Darko Trikic, 44, of Milwaukee, Wis., struck the driver's side door of Charles Rice, 88, of Spencer. Both vehicles had been traveling west bound on State Road 45, when Rice stopped in the road to make a left turn in his 1994 Lincoln Town Car. Trikic could not stop his 2006 Volvo Semi-Tractor in time and struck Rice's door and left skid marks in the east-bound lane. Special Deputy Karen Oliphant of the Greene County Sheriff's Office was the investigating officer.