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Police Logs

Friday, June 8, 2012

GREENE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT JAIL LOG

* June 8 -- Ryan M. Street, 18, of Jasonville, was arrested by the Linton Police Department on preliminary charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated; leaving the scene of an accident. Bond set at $5,000.

* June 7 -- Roger S. George, 56, of Jasonville, was arrested by the Linton Police Department on a preliminary charge of invasion of privacy. No bond set pending a court appearance.

* June 7 -- Heather A. Hayes, 49, of rural Bloomfield, was arrested by the Greene County Sheriff's Department on a warrant charging her with failure to attend a change-of-plea hearing on original charges of dealing methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, possession of two or more chemical reagants or precursors, and maintaining a common nuisance. No bond set pending a court appearance.

* June 7 -- Adam Sapp, 18, of Lyons, was arrested by the Lyons Police Department on a warrant charging him with intimidation. Bond was set at $4,000.

* June 7 -- Darrell L. Kemp, 29, of Montgomery, was arrested by the Greene County Sheriff's Department on a preliminary charge of possession of methamphetamine. No bond set pending a court appearance.

LINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT ACTIVITY LOG

The Linton Police Department activity log for June 7 included: One property damage traffic accident; one three suspicious vehicles/persons; and one traffic stop.

* June 7 -- LPD Det. Paul Clark arrested Roger S. George, 56, of Jasonville, on a preliminary charge of invasion of privacy. It is alleged that George was repeatedly driving past the residence of a woman on NE E Street -- and honking the vehicle horn in violation of a valid protective order. Initially, George was released from police custody, but as the victim was leaving the police station, George again drove by and honked his horn. The woman contacted police and George was arrested and detained by Jasonville Police Officer Andrew Duguay until LPD Det. Paul Clark could take him into custody for violating the protective order. No bond set pending the filing of charges in the case.