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Linton Police Department

Monday, January 21, 2013

ACTIVITY LOG

The Linton Police Department's activity log for Friday through Sunday included one report of breaking and entering, one follow-up investigation, one request for lifting assistance, two juvenile/delinquent, three assists to the utility department after hours, two reports of vandalism, three drug investigations, one school/foot patrol, one incident of shots fired, one public intoxication, one accident with property damage, one funeral escort, four lost and found, six medical/illness, one alarm, one animal complaint, two prowlers, four suspicious vehicles or persons, two complaints of harassment, one domestic battery case, one child abuse or neglect, two extra patrols, four thefts, one bicycle theft, one welfare check or concern, two fingerprints for gun permits, one domestic dispute, one ordinance violation and 17 traffic stops.

* Jan. 17 -- Joshua A. Penick, 23, Jasonville, was arrested by LPD Patrolman Brock Garrison during a traffic stop around 10:10 p.m. Penick was traveling west on State Road 54 in a Mitsubishi Eclipse when the officer was stopped for alleged speeding -- going 63 in a 50 mph zone. Penick's license was checked and the police report says the BMV reported his license was suspended on a prior conviction. Penick was taken into custody on a preliminary charge of driving while suspended and transported to jail. His vehicle was locked and secured.

* Jan. 20 -- Michael Allen Faulk, 42, Linton, was arrested by LPD Patrolman Paul Clark after Clark responded to a report of a domestic situation where a female had fled from a residence. The police report states upon investigation, the officer learned Faulk had shoved the woman's face, battering her, then made her leave the residence. She called 911. The report indicates Faulk may not have been cooperative and he resisted when Officer Clark tried to restrain him. Faulk was transported to the county jail and booked in on preliminary charges of battery, intimidation and resisting law enforcement.